After more than 60 years since Playboy first published its infamous magazine, the semi nude and sexy tabloid magazine decided that there will be no more nudity in their next magazine release. The decision was made final by the creator and chief editor of Playboy, Hugh Hefner. According to source, the ‘no more nude’ suggestion was proposed by their magazine chief content adviser, Cory Jones.

Is Nudity the based of Playboy Magazine?

When the Playboy first released in 1953, the sole purpose of the magazine was to showcase sexy and appealing women, in this case, the number one sexy icon of that time, Marilyn Monroe became the first woman to cover the Playboy Magazine.

Over the years, Playboy magazine had been the center spot for young and popular models to illustrate their perfect body figure. One cover appearance in Playboy magazine could instantly make them a star and men’s desire overnight. That’s why appearing in Playboy magazine cover is a privilege not everyone can get.

With time evolving, people nowadays preferred ‘sexy’ before ‘nude’. According to research, modern day exposure to excessive porn lead to decrease in sex drive, maybe that’s the reason why people love sexy things more than complete nudity. To celebrate their 62 years anniversary and last edition with nude, Pamela Anderson, the celebrity actress who famous for her television series ‘Baywatch’ and the infamous leas sex video covered the last nude edition of Playboy Magazine.

Finally according to representative of Playboy Magazine, the reason for this transition is to attract more sophisticated audiences in today modern media world.

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