Sunset Thomas is working with the world famous Bunnyranch,
spreading her legs for the armed forces—for free!
VCA contract girl Sunset says, "These soldiers served
their country and now we want to service them."
Dennis Hof, owner of the Bunnyranch, was looking for
a way to give back to those who fought in the recent
war in Iraq, when a special forces friend told him about
the TA 50, which in military parlance, is a kit that
contains ammunition, compass, canteen, a meal and much
Hof put his own unique slant to the kit and came up
with the T&A 50—an essential Bunnyranch packet
that includes a Bunnyranch t-shirt, matches, drink tokens,
lube, condoms and a free pass for the first 50 active-duty
servicemen and women who show up at the door. Then,
for the following 50 days, a 50 percent discount is
offered using the same military status criteria.
Response to the Bunnyranch offer has been swift and
substantial, according to Hof. Within 24 hours two GI
Janes showed up at the ranch and hunkered down with
the sultry Sunset—14 other enlisted men soon followed
The Bunnyranch has also been flooded with hundreds of
letters and phone calls, a company in Great Britain
has even chartered a private jet to fly some of their
forces over to frolic bunny-style.
Hof says perhaps the most unusual request, however,
came from a mother who saw the HBO-produced Bunnyranch
special Cathouse, in which a mother brought her
virgin son to the ranch to loss his cherry to Sunset.
This military mother, booked a party with the legendary
Ms. Thomas for her son who is heading home on an aircraft
carrier having seen active duty in Iraq these past few
The Bunnyranch's connection to the armed forces is well
documented. Former professional wrestler and Minnesota
Governor Jesse Ventura gushed, in his autobiography,
how he visited the Bunnyranch upon returning stateside
after his tour of duty during the Vietnam War.
Oddly enough, talk radio station KGO in San Francisco
broke the story during an interview with Hof and Sunset.