Playboy magazine has announced it is bringing back nudity, reversing a decision made last year. The move was announced by Playboy's new chief creative officer Cooper Hefner, who said the decision to remove nudity entirely "was a mistake". Some social media users welcomed the U-turn, describing it as a "good call", while others said the decision was taken "because the magazines weren't selling too well. Too bad free porn is still easy to access". On Monday, Mr Hefner wrote: "I'll be the first to admit that the way in which the magazine portrayed nudity was dated. Playboy: Were no nudes good news?
Playboy brings back nudity, saying its removal was a mistake
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Offbeat Sanya Jain Wednesday November 14, A four-month-old cheetah cub has found friendship with its puppy playmate and the Internet is hoping that they'll be best friends forever. World News Reuters Thursday October 19, Men's magazine Playboy has featured its first ever transgender 'playmate' centerfold in its November issue, a move which the model hopes will pave the way for "all women - trans or otherwise - in fashion and other sectors". Two toddlers were hospitalized in serious condition after a playmate accidentally shot them with a loaded gun at a daycare in the US state of Michigan. In the world of nude modeling, Dani Mathers has quite a track record. She was dubbed Playboy's "CyberGirl of the Month" in January and "Playmate of the Month" in May of the following year, then went on to win the coveted "Playmate of the Year" in
First woman to pose full frontal in Playboy insists there was ‘nothing toxic’ about Hugh Hefner
The world is changing. Read: Pamela Anderson bares all for last Playboy nude issue. Playboy Enterprises, the company which owns the magazine, announced in March it had hired an investment adviser to look at offering itself for a possible buyout. The magazine has been pursuing a new image in an age of easy access to online pornography, and has already toned down in order to be allowed on platforms like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
The first woman to pose completely nude in Playboy has spoken out about working with Hugh Hefner, after he passed away aged Speaking to host John Humphrys, Coles revealed that she had first been told about The Playboy Club by a friend whilst working the co-op fuel office in Portsmouth where she was born. She revealed that the decision to start including full frontal nudity in the magazine was a business matter, one that Hefner himself did not take lightly. When she was asked to be photographed for it, Coles rushed home to get her passport and was promptly flown out to the Playboy HQ in Chicago to shoot the infamous image, which was taken by Alexas Urba.