Playboy Magazine Will No Longer Publish Nude Photos Of Women; Website Traffic …

Playboy Magazine Will No Longer Flaunt Nude Photos Of Women
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Playboy repository will not be edition bare photos of women starting Mar 2016.

The iconic men’s repository that has been edition bare photos of women given 1953 will longer post such images in a cover or inside a book commencement this spring. The Playboy website has deserted nakedness given Aug and a formula were flattering amazing. The trade of a website is pronounced to have increasing from 4 million to 16 million by a integrate of months, according to NPR.  

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“The domestic and passionate meridian of 1953, a year Hugh Hefner introduced Playboy to a world, bears roughly no similarity to today,” pronounced Playboy Enterprises CEO Scott Flanders in a matter to FOX411

“We are some-more giveaway to demonstrate ourselves politically, intimately and culturally today, and that’s in vast partial interjection to Hef’s drastic goal to enhance those freedoms. We will stay loyal to those core values with this new prophesy of Playboy’s future,” he added.

Hugh Hefner, a owner of a repository wrote in his initial editor’s minute that Playboy repository is meant for any male from a age of 18 to 80. Ever given a entrance in 1953 a repository has been carrying cinema of unprotected women that started with Marilyn Monroe.

As partial of a redesign a repository is allegedly undergoing such changes and will positively perform a readers even but entirely unprotected photos of women. According to Flanders, all compared with sex and arrange is accessible in a web with only a click divided and hence a repository is changing a approach. 

The Playboy Magazine will however “continue to tell sexy, charming pictorials of a world’s many pleasing women, including a iconic Playmates, all shot by some of today’s many eminent photographers. The repository will also sojourn committed to a award-winning brew of long-form journalism, interviews and fiction,” remarkable a executives.