Playboy is reversing its stance and is including nude photos in its magazine once again. This follows the surprising announcement in October that it would be eliminating nude photography altogether. 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. The news comes a year after Playboy debuted its first issue without nude photos. Playboy enters non-nude era: Sexy but 'safe for work'.
Tamsin Egerton. Age: 29. I am sweet, fragrant, soft and very gentle. When you find yourself in my arms, you truly realize all my beauty. So affordable and so relaxed! I am not prone to shyness, I like to do what I like, and even more I like to give pleasure!
Though a representative for Playboy Enterprises, Inc. Today we're taking our identity back and reclaiming who we are. Model Elizabeth Elam will appear on the cover, and on Instagram , she wrote that she's proud to be a part of a dialogue about sexuality. We can be oversexualized and we can be made to feel ashamed of our bodies. I've never subscribed to those narratives, and this issue of Playboy celebrates that," she wrote.
Chelsea. Age: 24. Passionate and very sexy girl is waiting for you for the realization of your most cherished intimate desires. Sincere warmth and tenderness, and an unforgettable orgasm!
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. But they will no longer be fully nude.
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.