Nude photos are back — Playboy

DANIELLE Lloyd held talks about posing for Playboy magazine a second time.

After a year of trying us to convince us that reading articles was somehow more exciting than looking at boobies, Playboy has finally chose to end their ban on nudity in their magazine.

The 63-year-old magazine had banished naked women from its print edition because it felt the content had become passé in the era of easily accessible online porn.

"She added the hashtag "#NakedIsNormal".

With Byrne's feminist essay and Hefner's promise to help normalize nudity with the magazine's new image, Playboy has seemingly renewed itself in 2017.

"Nudity was never the problem because nudity isn't a problem. The boys are her first concern though - and if she didn't go through with it, she told friends it would be because of them". In a bid to make Playboy great again, Hef's infamous men's mag has announced a return to nudity following last year's ban.

"The people who grew up with Playboy magazine are starting to fade away so they will have to figure out what the millennial generation wants in the 21st century if they are going to survive", Husni said.

The Fox News reported that, the information of bringing back the nudity in "Playboy" was announced by the magazine's Chief Creative Officer, Cooper Hefner through Twitter.

The March and April issue proudly declares that "Naked is Normal" and signals the Hefner dynasty's intent to regain its dominance over the field.

"This is a remarkably special moment personally and professionally that I get to share this issue of Playboy magazine with my Dad, as well as with readers", said Cooper.

  • Salvatore Jensen