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Playboy MagazinePlayboy Magazine

Playboy Magazine

Fall 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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MANCY GANT i: @mancygant “It’s rewarding to have your voice heard, which is why I always want to communicate some sort of sentiment through my work,” says the portraitist behind Face-to-Face With Toro y Moi, our feature on Chaz Bear. “Can I make you feel what that moment was like?” Gant also collaborated with Bear on the music video for “Ordinary Pleasure,” a track off Toro y Moi’s latest LP, Outer Peace. Gant’s other directing credits include the six-minute short The Falling Man for rapper Duckwrth. ISABELIA HERRERA t: @jabladoraaa “In a world that socializes women to deny pleasure at every turn, seeking it is a form of self-care,” says the Dominican culture writer. For Let’s Play, Herrera profiles Emilia Ortiz, a bruja turned mental-health advocate who uses social media to share her spiritual gifts.…

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HUGH M. HEFNER FOUNDING EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 1953–2017 SHANE MICHAEL SINGH EXECUTIVE EDITOR ANNA WILSON MULTIMEDIA DIRECTOR ERICA LOEWY CREATIVE DIRECTOR EDITORIAL JAMES RICKMAN EXECUTIVE EDITOR CAT AUER DEPUTY EDITOR GIL MACIAS MANAGING EDITOR RYAN GAJEWSKI, ELIZABETH SUMAN SENIOR EDITORS ARIELA KOZIN, ANITA LITTLE FEATURES EDITORS WINIFRED ORMOND COPY CHIEF; ROBERT BUSCEMI, SID FEDDEMA, JEREMY KINSER CONTRIBUTING COPY EDITORS MICHELE SLEIGHEL RESEARCH EDITOR; ANDREW SHAFER CONTRIBUTING RESEARCH EDITOR TORI LYNN ADAMS EDITORIAL COORDINATOR; ANDIE EISEN EDITORIAL AND PRODUCTION COORDINATOR DAVID HOCHMAN, MOLLY JONG-FAST, MATT MCGORRY, JESSICA P. OGILVIE, R. KURT OSENLUND, ASHLEE MARIE PRESTON, STEPHEN REBELLO, ADAM SKOLNICK, ERIC SPITZNAGEL CONTRIBUTING EDITORS ART & PHOTOGRAPHY REGINA ROSATO ASSOCIATE ART DIRECTOR AARON LUCAS ART MANAGER; SASHA NETCHAEV SENIOR GRAPHIC DESIGNER SANDRA EVANS MANAGER, PHOTO PRODUCTION TERREN LIN DIRECTOR, VIDEO OPERATIONS; JEREMY CRISAFULLI MANAGER, VIDEO PRODUCTION NATALIE ALVARADO ASSOCIATE…

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a letter from the editors

Here at PLAYBOY, we’re feeling good. We’re closing out our 65th year with an issue dedicated to pleasure. It is a celebration of the things that bring us joy: sex, art, food, music, spiritual connection, travel, cannabis and community. And did we mention sex? Half a century ago, our society was in a state of upheaval, and we were helping usher in the sexual revolution—a new era of freedom, expression and love. Today, we’re calling for a new revolution: the pleasure revolution—an era in which embracing and indulging in the arousal of the senses without precondition or shame is not only acceptable but something to shout about from the rooftops. In this cultural and political moment (and let’s make sure it’s just that—a moment), there are so many forces that seek…

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behind the lens

It’s easy to become so entranced by the women who appear in our pages that you may not always consider the visual artists behind the images. But you should. These photographers are helping to evolve what we internally refer to as “the Playboy gaze”; they’re the curators of our representations of beauty, arousal and eroticism. It’s no coincidence that our contributing photographers include creatives who challenge tired, sexist standards of beauty throughout their portfolios. This is especially true of our Playmate photographers, whose charge is to make their subjects feel simultaneously comfortable, sexy and in command. We’re proud to recognize the powerful women responsible for this issue’s Playmate pictorials. Ali Mitton, who last photographed April 2019 Playmate Fo Porter, flew with Hilda Dias Pimentel to Majorca, Spain, where the October Playmate…

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au naturel in focus

The works of Marilyn Minter, subject of this issue’s artist spotlight, Pussy Power, appeared in a special edition of PLAYBOY in 2014—the same year she released Plush, a collection of artwork saluting all shades and lengths of pubic hair. But some of Minter’s PLAYBOY images went unpublished. Five years later, she returns to our pages to discuss with Kimberly Drew (together with Minter, lower right) what is deemed “appropriate” in the realm of sexual display. “There’s nothing wrong with pubic hair, but it has been totally erased in art history,” Minter says. While negotiating the publication of Minter’s PLAYBOY commission (as well as new, never-before-seen work), Senior Editor Liz Suman also arranged for her to speak at the “Art of Sexuality” panel hosted by Playboy in New York City this…

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a tribute to the secretly serious paul krassner

Paul Krassner, leader of the Yippie movement, passed away in July at the age of 87. A prominent force at PLAYBOY, the longtime editor recruited major names including former Editorial Director Arthur Kretchmer and Lenny Bruce. (Krassner edited the comedian’s autobiography.) Despite his strong opinions, Krassner kept an open mind, even agreeing to debate Andrew Breitbart for our December 2011 issue. Former Deputy Editor Stephen Randall fondly remembers Krassner as “a cultural gadfly who knew everyone worth knowing and who took things seriously—but hid that he was taking them seriously.”…

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