Marston Hefner is brushing off those who aren’t a fan of his OnlyFans.
In fact, the son of late Playboy founder Hugh Hefner hit back at his family members for holding a “double standard” on sexuality, claiming that, for them, men’s expression “wasn’t as acceptable” as women’s.
“You can be the CEO of the people getting naked,” he told The Messenger in an interview published Aug. 22. “But don’t be the person getting naked.”
Marston further slammed the stigmatization of sex workers, adding, “You can pay sex workers but you can’t f–king be one?”
“It’s f–king bulls–t,” the 33-year-old said. “That upsets me.”
He explained that his own ease around nudity was shaped by his childhood in the Playboy Mansion, as well as his lack of embarrassment surrounding the career of his mom, Playboy model Kimberley Conrad.
“My mom posed for Playboy,” Marston said. “I was never ashamed of it. I mean, I didn’t want to see her naked. But it was also just normal. Nudity is normal. I heard that all the time.”