Though Hugh Hefner revolutionized the world of erotica after founding Playboy in 1953, launching a magazine to appeal to men’s more sensual sensibilities, the publishing icon’s 33-year-old son Marston Hefner is following in his father’s footsteps, this time, in pursuit of something even sweeter – Pokemon cards.
In a move that likely left Playboy’s executives irate, Marston launched an OnlyFans account of his own. Alongside serving as a “long-term avenue for further financial security,” he told Page Six his decision to strip down partially stemmed from his passion for pop culture collectibles.
Playboy heir and Hugh Hefner’s son, Marston Hefner, rebels against his wife's wishes as he turns to OnlyFans to finance his obsession with Pokémon cards. pic.twitter.com/6RPXXOvnEX— Pop Tingz (@ThePopTingz) June 16, 2023
“I really like comic books. I really like Pokémon cards,” he quipped, describing himself as “a collector” while flaunting his Amazing Fantasy Spider-Man comic. “This is a way for me to get some income so that I can buy that Pokémon card that I really want.”
While Marston declined to get specific about his finances, he said owning “a Pokémon Trophy card” was on the horizon.
Gotcha catch ‘em all pic.twitter.com/5XuSXQ1paJ— Mat (@MatDefies) June 15, 2023
Though his wife is seemingly less-than-enthused about his endeavor – “She would rather me not be on OnlyFans, but what’s more important to her is me pursuing my dreams or my interests, taking risks,” he explained – his upbringing amid the Playboy empire also shaped these desires.
Playboy founder Hugh Hefner’s son started an OnlyFans account to help pay for Pokemon cards pic.twitter.com/Ket5EpEtew— Dexerto (@Dexerto) June 15, 2023
“I joined it because one, I believe there’s nothing wrong with nudity or sexuality,” Marston explained how growing up with Playboys strewn around the house shaped his perception on nudity.
So here's to Marston’s OnlyFans – we will not be catching them all or even one of his posts.