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It's one of the main reasons the magazine just underwent a major redesign that, among other things, ends the publication's decades-old tradition of running photographs of nude women in its pages.’s creative director. Since its debut in 1953 (the same year Marilyn Monroe posed for the magazine's first centerfold), *Playboy *has been one of the most famous sources of nude photography in the world. Then the Internet arrived and made nudity—and a lot more—instantly accessible. John Mayer may have said it best, in that nudity is “just passé at this juncture.”Put a little differently, it's not enough to fill a magazine with pictures of naked bodies.Today's adult audiences expect some imagination from their mature content—a fact reflected by the proliferation of indie publications like 's founder and editor.Two playboy bunnies pose for photos at the Indian Playboy club in Mumbai on December 19, 2012.Playboy unveiled a new-look bunny costume for its upcoming Indian club launch, opting for a more demure take on the waitress outfits but keeping the ears, bow-ties and fluffy tails.The movie depicts naked women posing, dancing naked, touching themselves and each other and even rubbing honey on each other’s bodies.READ ALSO: Pregnant lesbian woman shuts up bullies with only 1 Instagram post (photos)Install TUKO App To Read News For FREETrump’s appearance isn’t very significant in the movie.
According to the magazine, there was only one woman for the historic last nude issue."To close out this era in the magazine’s history, it only made sense to put the most famous Playmate in . "People are more concerned about themselves and their own flaws."Gallery: Playboy founder Hugh Hefner (L) and his fiancee Crystal Harris attend the TCM Classic Film Festival Opening Night Gala and World Premiere of the film "An American In Paris" at Grauman's Chinese Theatre on April 28, 2011 in Hollywood, Calif.
In the movie Donald Trump makes a small cameo appearance in which he smashes a bottle of champagne on a limo and pours bubbles all over the Playboy logo.
Donald Trump when being elected for president once promised anti-adult movie group ‘Enough is enough’ that he will crackdown on the adult movie industry.
“We all know from activities like sexting, you know how connected these things are.
And yet these connections were hardly explicit in the culture around me.”By “the culture,” Prickett is referring in part to the old guard of print porn—magazines like in 2012, as something of an antidote to these titles and their ilk.