Playboy Enterprises founder Hugh Hefner’s Playboy magazine no longer will feature nudes of famous women such as Anna Nicole Smith, once Playmate of the Year. The magazine that helped usher in the sexual revolution in the 1950s and '60s by bringing nudity into America's living rooms announced this week that it will no longer run photos of completely naked women. Starting in March, 2016, Playboy's print edition will still feature women in provocative poses, but they will no longer be fully nude.
Playboy Enterprises founder Hugh Hefner’s Playboy magazine no longer will feature nudes of famous women such as Anna Nicole Smith, once Playmate of the Year. The magazine that helped usher in the sexual revolution in the 1950s and '60s by bringing nudity into America's living rooms announced this week that it will no longer run photos of completely naked women. Starting in March, 2016, Playboy's print edition will still feature women in provocative poses, but they will no longer be fully nude. DAMIAN DOVARGANES Associated Press File 2007
Playboy Enterprises founder Hugh Hefner’s Playboy magazine no longer will feature nudes of famous women such as Anna Nicole Smith, once Playmate of the Year. The magazine that helped usher in the sexual revolution in the 1950s and '60s by bringing nudity into America's living rooms announced this week that it will no longer run photos of completely naked women. Starting in March, 2016, Playboy's print edition will still feature women in provocative poses, but they will no longer be fully nude. DAMIAN DOVARGANES Associated Press File 2007

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