Friday, 5 February 2016

Playboy Goes 'Non-Nude', Sort of, in Revamped Magazine Because of Internet Porn, After Circulation Dropped from 5.6 Million to 800,000

Playboy's revamped magazine is on newsstands now. What's changed? The models are keeping their clothes on! 

Actress and fashion model Dree Hemingway, 28 strips off for a revamped issue of Playboy magazine as it abandons full frontal nudity for flirty, more natural shots of women with some, or no, clothes on.

Playboy, founded in 1953 by Hugh Hefner, announced in October that it would stop publishing nude photos of women, saying they had become outdated due to the plethora of free pornography on the Internet. Playboy's circulation has dropped from about 5.6 million in 1975 to around 800,000 in recent years.


The edition of the 62-year-old magazine, will hits U.S. newsstands on Feb. 12. A peek at Playboy's new non-nude magazine below...

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