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Playboy Magazine Summer 2019

Playboy has unveiled the latest creative evolution of the brand with its re-focused principles that are core to our philosophy and also includes more provocative pictorials. Last year, we removed explicit nudity, but from here on out, it is freedom of choice and personal expression that our fans will experience once again within the pages of the magazine. Playboy remains committed to its award-winning mix of long-form journalism, interviews and fiction and has recently brought back some of its familiar franchises, such as Playboy’s Party Jokes, Playboy Cartoons, World of Playboy, and the debut of the Heritage section. Discover what you’ve been missing and subscribe now.

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ANDREA DOMANICK t: @AndreaDomanick The journalist behind this issue’s 20Q is the former West Coast editor of Noisey and has lent her byline to Rolling Stone, Spin and the Los Angeles Times. With an editorial sweet spot that lands, in her words, at “the intersection of music, culture and social justice,” Domanick was an ideal writer to sit with stratospheric country star Maren Morris for a lively discussion on gender, genres and the one thing no man should ever forget to do in the bedroom. MATT MCGORRY i: @mattmcgorry For this edition of The Playboy Symposium, we asked the Orange Is the New Black breakout star to gather a diverse panel of forward thinkers willing to weigh in on the state of gender and power in America. Says the actor-activist of what’s missing from the…

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letter from the editors

TO OUR READERS: “Gay Is Good.” In March 1969, PLAYBOY published a reader’s letter with this deceptively simple headline. But what the writer, Frank Kameny, shared was more than a letter to our editors. It was a diagnosis. He wrote that homosexuality is not a sickness; rather, it is society that is sick when it labels homosexuality a pathology. Society, he argued, had to be healed. Publishing this argument was nothing short of radical. At that time, the American Psychiatric Association listed being gay as a mental disorder, and the Stonewall riots, which catalyzed the LGBTQ rights movement, were still months away. Today, the rallying cry “Gay is good” reminds us how far we’ve come in the past 50 years. Yet despite this encouraging progress, the battle to overcome the forces of prejudice and…

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pride is good

As a brand built on the conviction that all people—no matter their race, gender or sexual orientation—have an equal right to pleasure, Playboy is fiercely committed to fighting for LGBTQ rights both inside and outside the pages of this magazine. In honor of that commitment, Playboy asked seven artists from the LGBTQ community to reimagine our Bunny ears with artwork that reflects what pride means to them. Proceeds from the ears—which will be available at in June, just in time for pride month—will support 50 Bills 50 States, the Trevor Project’s initiative to ban conversion therapy in the U.S. Check out this behind-the-scenes look at our call to ears and the artists leading the charge. (Learn more about the Trevor Project, including inspiring stories from those leading the fight…

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from korea with love

“In 2019, there is no single word to explain a person’s sexuality. Many people are not just male, female, heterosexual, homosexual.” So says our international sister publication Playboy Korea in its recent 20Q with actor Hong Seok-cheon. A superstar in South Korea, Hong is considered the country’s first openly gay celebrity. “It’s been really hard, but I knew I had to be honest with myself first if I wanted to love someone else,” says Hong of how his world changed after he came out in 2000. “I don’t regret my decision at all.” Accompanying the actor’s insights is a pictorial (outtakes above) that bears a flattering resemblance to the Ezra Miller feature that ran, Bunny ears and all, in our Winter 2019 issue. Together, the two stories stand as a…

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on our shelves

With a résumé that spans 53 years and 10 roles at Playboy, Pat Lacey (left) has lived and breathed this brand longer than just about anyone. Now, the former Club Bunny, Bunny Mother and Playmate Promotions coordinator shares her fascinating story in the pages of a new memoir. In The Black Bunny Hop, out now, Lacey traces her life’s challenges and triumphs, including her experiences confronting racism as a Bunny at the Sunset Strip Playboy Club during the civil rights era. Lacey sums it all up in the book’s preface: “My life has been happy, sad, funny, heartwarming, sexy and unbelievably satisfying.”…

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cuckoo for coco

Ever since it entered British bedrooms in 2001, Coco de Mer has been credited with elevating the U.K.’s perception of lingerie. Based on this photo of July Playmate Teela LaRoux wearing the new Silver Moon bra and brief, we predict the intimates empire’s latest collaboration with Playboy will be no less impactful on domestic audiences. July’s Playboy Collection by Coco de Mer is meant to capture the “sensuality, temptation and revelry of a glamorous night on the town.”…