Tuesday, 13 October 2015

Playboy Abolishes Nudity

The adult magazine that launched in 1953 with a sultry Marilyn Monroe on its cover says that it is making the move because easy access to nude images online means they are “passe”..


The decision came after a top editor of the magazine met with its founder, Hugh Hefner, at the Playboy Mansion last month, according to chief executive Scott Flanders.

Starting in March, Playboy’s revamped print edition will still include photographs of women in provocative poses.

They just won’t be nude any more, Flanders told The New York Times, adding that such pictures have become “passe” in the internet age