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Playboy Sweden November 2018

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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Jedidiah Jenkins We’ve all dreamed of escaping our lives. Jenkins actually did, quitting his day job for a bi-hemisphere bike ride and chronicling it for his devoted Instagram followers. In Far From Home for the Holidays, Jenkins (whose father, Peter Jenkins, penned the 1979 travel tome A Walk Across America) ruminates on northern rituals from the bottom of the world. Chris Deacon After landing at PLAYBOY in 2015 by way of London and Time Out New York, Deacon promptly put his stamp on our pages with instant classic layouts not unlike the vintage posters that inspired his foray into design. As creative director, he ushered in 2017’s return to nudity with grace and a fresh dose of fun at a time when America desperately needed it. Madison Margolin With Rebirth in Bethlehem, Margolin, a writer…

dear playboy

FOR ONE AND ALL I'm a bisexual woman who has been enjoying a PLAYBOY subscription since the Amazon Prime series about Hugh Hefner, American PLAYBOY, came out last April. I tend to prefer plus-size women like Ashley Graham and Stefania Ferrario but never saw similarly voluptuous models in your pages - until the September/October issue. Jocelyn Corona is the most breathtaking woman I’ve ever seen! The instant I came across her pictorial (La Reina), my heart started beating faster. I’m glad my favorite magazine is becoming more inclusive. I love that instead of “Entertainment for Men" PLAYBOY now proclaims to be “Entertainment for All”! Keep up the good work — and please continue to feature full-figured women. Jennie Watters BROWN BAGGING IT? Thank you for the fantastic pictorials and for keeping me up on…

hot dam

Things are getting hot and heavy, and you both stumble toward the bedroom. After getting naked, you start making your way downtown, moving fast. You then sit up and reach for the dental dam on the nightstand. What’s that? You don’t? Because “What’s a dental dam?” If you’re unfamiliar with the unisex prophylactic known as a dental dam, you’re among the majority of sexual beings. Dental dams are thin latex squares you place over a vagina or anus during oral sex to prevent STI transmission. They’re often packaged in clunky wrappers and manufactured by companies with clinical names such as HandiDam, Crosstex and Trustex. Dams also cost more than condoms and are exponentially harder to buy (good luck finding them at CVS). Overall, despite their intention to make oral sex safer,…

can you engineer good oral?

As a product-design student at New York’s Parsons the New School of Design, Joya Widney has focused her thesis work on reimagining sex toys from a queer perspective. Here, the budding designer and selfbilled dental dam historian tells PLAYBOY about DAM, her pleasure-minded vision for the prophylactic and why she thinks it has been ignored for so long. Your adolescent experience with sex education focused mostly on condom use. In fact, you didn’t discover dental dams until college. How did that impact your sexuality? We’re socialized to think that without a penis, there can’t be sex. As a queer woman, safer sex was never something I had to think about. For people who can’t get pregnant, it seems like sex can be riskless. Realizing I could get an STI involved unlearning…

talk to me

The private jet was on fire, and Lindsey Pelas felt certain she was going to die. It was 2015, and she was flying to Los Angeles from Colorado with Dan Bilzerian, the brawny “King of Instagram” who’d helped her go viral the year before. After meeting her at the Playboy Mansion (she’d appeared on our Playboy Plus website in 2014), Bilzerian had produced a slow-motion video of Pelas jogging in a drastically undersized tank top. It garnered more than 10 million YouTube views and catapulted her from bartending to cashing in on Instagram, where she now has 7.7 million followers, and eventually led to her own highly rated podcast — but first let’s return to the burning jet. It was accelerating down the runway when the brakes caught fire. “The pilot was…

aubrey evans

Describe yourself in three words. Free spirited, sincere, and spontaneous. Were you excited to shoot for Playboy? Of course. Playboy is a magazine that is recognized all over the world, I’m thankful I get to be a part of it. What was it like starting out as a model? To be honest, it was such a thrill. I just had no fear. I grew up in Minnesota and I had big expectations of myself. I never let any negativity, bad experiences or companies telling me ‘no’ stop me from moving forward. I never saw anyone as competition; I just competed with myself and the memory of where I came from to remind me of where I wanted to go. What would you consider to be your biggest challenge as a model so far? The hardest part about…