Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Playboy's Returning to Those Pictures That Made It Famous
We Baby Boomers, as a generation, often appeared to be obsessed with sex. And for many that obsession began with their first encounters with Hugh Hefner's publishing phenomenon Playboy magazine.
Some readers claimed they liked the magazine for the articles, and indeed some of the greatest writers and celebrities of the age were featured. Others said they liked it for the lifestyle it delineated.
But for most, it was the pictures of the centerfolds and the other exposed women that provided the main attraction.
But that changed in 2015, when magazine officials announced they were no longer going to run pictures of unclothed young ladies.
But now Playboy has changed its mind and is reverting to its skin-only clad staples once again beginning with next month's issue.
To read all about the now we have them, now we don't, now we do again issue, click here.