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Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Your Very Own Handpainted Hunx Doll, Only $79.95

Posted By on Tue, Aug 16, 2011 at 11:20 AM

click to enlarge They do not appear to be blow-up size, in case you were wondering.
  • They do not appear to be blow-up size, in case you were wondering.

In case the lascivious Twitter feed, saucy oldies rock records, hair salon/vintage boutique, and upcoming TV show weren't enough, now there's another way to get Bay Area gay-punk agitator Hunx (aka Seth Bogart of Hunx and His Punx) in your life:

Starting now, you can buy your very own Hunx doll.

click to enlarge hunx_dolls_2.jpg

All of these were made by Daniel Pitout and Hunx/Bogart. You'll notice that they sport a variety of appropriately sleazy outfits: There's the leopard-print-thong-and-chest-hair look seen on the cover of Gay Singles, the shirtless-in-a-motorcycle-jacket style from Too Young to Be in Love, and a bunch of other looks you probably recognize from your naughty dreams.

They can all be yours! But only if you act quickly, since there are actually only eight of them in the whole world. Your gallery of horny Hunx dolls also won't come cheap: They run $79.95 each.

[Bop Shop]


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