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Giddyap! Sexy Cowpoke Bedding Collection for a Roll in the Hay

by Steve Weinstein
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Tuesday Dec 18, 2012
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When it’s time to get that steer into the corral, entice him with these super-sexy sheets. With these on your bed, a roll in the hay will take on a whole new layer of meaning!

Vice Merchants, a rebelliously luxe bedding company, has released "Cowpokes," a full line of sheets, pillowcases and throws aimed at gay men. Made from 100 percent Egyptian cotton, 4000 thread count, fine Sateen bedding fabric, "Cowpokes" features a ranch scene of playfully undressed men engaging in acts of whimsical outdoor fun and farm work. Illustrated by K. Commodore, cows, horses and tractors further set the scene as hot men work hard and play hard in the foreground.

"We’re enthusiastic to expand our brand to cater to the gay community," Jake Katz, president of Vice Merchants said. "’Cowpokes’ is a design unlike any other that allows gay men to spice up their bedroom in a subtle, yet enticing and playful manner. With these sheets, every night can feel like a sweaty day with the boys on the ranch."

"Cowpokes" is available in all sheet sizes with prices ranging from $99 for a Twin Long Sheet set to $235 for a King Sheet set. The print is also available in duvet and sham sets, bed skirts, and throw pillows. A complete nine-piece bedding set can be purchased in Full for $399; Queen for $439; King (and California King) for $499.

Vice Merchants is a company that believes your bedding should be as sexy and as much fun as bedtime activities. The company specializes in fine bedding that brings edgy, richly hued graphics created by illustrators.

Brooklyn-based artist K. Commodore has an M.A. degree from the Rhode Island School of Design. Her work is known for its insightful and witty look at human sexuality, and has been exhibited in numerous galleries throughout the United States and Europe.

Steve Weinstein has been a regular correspondent for the International Herald Tribune, the Advocate, the Village Voice and Out. He has been covering the AIDS crisis since the early ’80s, when he began his career. He is the author of "The Q Guide to Fire Island" (Alyson, 2007).

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