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  • The real reason Playboy is getting rid of nude pics

    Sure, sex sells. As long as it’s free.
    Earlier this week, Playboy announced that it will do away with full nudity in an effort to rebrand its fallen empire. “The political and sexual climate of 1953, the year Hugh Hefner introduced Playboy to the world, bears almost no resemblance to today,” said Playboy Enterprises CEO Scott Flanders.
    The shift, however, has little to do with feminist wins and everything to do with finally understanding our digital world and the cost of an outdated business model. Hugh Hefner is widely considered to be the founding father of the sexual revolution – he shocked the world with a nude of cover of Marilyn Monroe in 1953 – but the business model that made Hefner a pioneer is just obsolete. The publication has been buried by the very culture it created.
    To those of us over the age of say, 40, Playboy once held an almost mystical, forbidden fascination. It was something to be coveted, hidden away, and with any luck, occasionally stumbled upon under your dad’s bed or in some older kid’s secluded hangout. This is almost laughable now, as we live in a world where porn is so widely available for free on the net and produced so widely for free by "amateur" companies.

    Find out more http://fortune.com/2015/10/17/playboy-stops-nude-photos/
    The real reason Playboy is getting rid of nude pics Sure, sex sells. As long as it’s free. Earlier this week, Playboy announced that it will do away with full nudity in an effort to rebrand its fallen empire. “The political and sexual climate of 1953, the year Hugh Hefner introduced Playboy to the world, bears almost no resemblance to today,” said Playboy Enterprises CEO Scott Flanders. The shift, however, has little to do with feminist wins and everything to do with finally understanding our digital world and the cost of an outdated business model. Hugh Hefner is widely considered to be the founding father of the sexual revolution – he shocked the world with a nude of cover of Marilyn Monroe in 1953 – but the business model that made Hefner a pioneer is just obsolete. The publication has been buried by the very culture it created. To those of us over the age of say, 40, Playboy once held an almost mystical, forbidden fascination. It was something to be coveted, hidden away, and with any luck, occasionally stumbled upon under your dad’s bed or in some older kid’s secluded hangout. This is almost laughable now, as we live in a world where porn is so widely available for free on the net and produced so widely for free by "amateur" companies. Find out more http://fortune.com/2015/10/17/playboy-stops-nude-photos/
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    The real reason Playboy is getting rid of nude photos
    Playboy's decision has nothing to do with feminism. Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter played a bigger role.
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  • Hugh M. Hefner was born on April 9, 1926 in Chicago, Illinois, USA as Hugh Marston Hefner. He is a producer, known for The House Bunny (2008), Beverly Hills Cop II (1987) and Bettie Page Reveals All (2012). He has been married to Crystal Hefner since December 31, 2012. He was previously married to Kimberley Conrad and Mildred Williams.

    Hugh M. Hefner was born on April 9, 1926 in Chicago, Illinois, USA as Hugh Marston Hefner. He is a producer, known for The House Bunny (2008), Beverly Hills Cop II (1987) and Bettie Page Reveals All (2012). He has been married to Crystal Hefner since December 31, 2012. He was previously married to Kimberley Conrad and Mildred Williams.
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  • For 63 years, Playboy has been famous for its naked photos of women, beginning with a nude centerfold of Marilyn Monroe in 1953. The magazine has captured some of the world's most well-known women in the buff, featuring everyone from Jayne Mansfield (1955) to Cindy Crawford (1988).

    But earlier this year, Playboy announced it would cease publishing naked photos, making its January/February 2016 issue the last of its nudes. That issue hits newsstands tomorrow.

    To send off Playboy into the land of non-skin mags, Hugh and co. put Pamela Anderson on cover and featured her in a 12-page pictorial shot by Ellen Von Unwerth. This marks the fourteenth cover for Anderson and the fifteenth time she has appeared in the magazine's pages.

    To celebrate the end of an era, here's a look back at Pam's covers. And scroll down for a glimpse at a few of the photos from Playboy's last nude issue.

    For 63 years, Playboy has been famous for its naked photos of women, beginning with a nude centerfold of Marilyn Monroe in 1953. The magazine has captured some of the world's most well-known women in the buff, featuring everyone from Jayne Mansfield (1955) to Cindy Crawford (1988). But earlier this year, Playboy announced it would cease publishing naked photos, making its January/February 2016 issue the last of its nudes. That issue hits newsstands tomorrow. To send off Playboy into the land of non-skin mags, Hugh and co. put Pamela Anderson on cover and featured her in a 12-page pictorial shot by Ellen Von Unwerth. This marks the fourteenth cover for Anderson and the fifteenth time she has appeared in the magazine's pages. To celebrate the end of an era, here's a look back at Pam's covers. And scroll down for a glimpse at a few of the photos from Playboy's last nude issue.
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