Playboy all nude

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It's time to dust off the old excuse of "I read it for the articles. Playboy reversed its stance and includes nude photos in its magazine again. This follows the surprising announcement in October that it would eliminate nude photographs. Cooper Hefner, the magazine's chief creative officer and son of founder Hugh Hefner, tweeted the news on Monday saying it was "a mistake" to remove nudes from the magazine.

Pamela Anderson bares all for last nude issue of 'Playboy'

Pamela Anderson bares all for last nude issue of 'Playboy'

Playboy is an American men's lifestyle and entertainment magazine, formerly in print and currently online. PEI , with a presence in nearly every medium. The magazine has a long history of publishing short stories by novelists such as Arthur C. The magazine generally reflects a liberal editorial stance, although it often interviews conservative celebrities.

Playboy brings back nudity, saying its removal was a mistake

In a wood-paneled dining room, with Picasso and de Kooning prints on the walls, Mr. Jones nervously presented a radical suggestion: the magazine, a leader of the revolution that helped take sex in America from furtive to ubiquitous, should stop publishing images of naked women. Hefner, now 89, but still listed as editor in chief, agreed. As part of a redesign that will be unveiled next March, the print edition of Playboy will still feature women in provocative poses.
Our editorial content is not influenced by any commissions we receive. Over the years a lot of hot, nude women have graced the pages of Playboy. And as much as warm-blooded folks all like getting a peek at the Playmate—dreamed up by Hugh Hefner to be the girl next door, stripped bare for your convenience—nothing has the gawk factor of celebrity skin. Playboy launched in December with a celebrity on the cover and in the pages—Marilyn Monroe who didn't actually pose for the mag —but the magazine really didn't trade in famous nudity for its first couple of decades. The girls in Playboy usually had names like Phyllis and Melba, and though they were supreme beauties, they weren't famous outside of the brand.