In October , after losing millions of readers to easily available Internet pornography, Playboy announced that it would be doing away with nudity in favor of partially clothed, raw intimacy. Not a bad idea considering that web traffic to Playboy's site jumped from about 4 million to 16 million when it removed nudity last year. Still, though, the announcement has some mourning the loss of an iconic cultural cornerstone. Despite its raciness and the controversy that occasionally surrounded it, countless celebrities posed for the groundbreaking adult magazine as a sort of Hollywood rite of passage. This Madonna cover is just one of the most famous. When Playboy was first published in , the inaugural issue featured nude photos of Marilyn Monroe.
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But Kandy Jo has bigger aspirations than just being a pretty face. She has thus far enjoyed the opportunities for networking and other experiences Playboy has brought her, and is hoping this will help launch her career goals of working in music television, or working and traveling with musicians. She says she may be doing more modeling for the magazine as well. We live in a world of instagram, snapchat, and picture texts. So can people really be that critical of Kandy Jo choosing to bare herself in a magazine? That being said, there is a reasonable argument for caution.
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For some people at the University of Minnesota, getting along and living semester of freshman year and lived in an apartment with two other girls. Forty-eight women representing 11 schools in the Midwestern Conference are in the page nude pictorial. The University of Minnesota. Description: She came up to me, very intoxicated and slapped me across the face and told me that I stole her guy. Sixteen-year-old Lauren, for example, went to a party in Jordan last summer, drank to excess, and blacked out. With characteristic intelligence, wit, feminist insight, Ellen Willis addresses democracy as she sees it a commitment individual freedom egalitarian.
By Paul Thompson for MailOnline. A single mother from Minnesota who posed for Playboy is suing her former boss after he approved the nude photo shoot and then fired her when it was published. Jessica Zelinske, who has never been married, said she had asked permission to strip off for the men's magazine. Jessica Zelinske on the cover of Playboy's Hot Housewives edition - which led to her being fired from her day job. But after the issue came out Zelinske,who has a nine year old daughter, was was fired on the spot as an advertising sales executive at cable communications company Charter Communications in Minnesota. Her boss, Timothy McBeain, said she'd violated the company's standards of common decency after seeing the cover of Hot Housewives. The notice went on to say: 'You have violated Charter's professional conduct policy by making the personal choice to pose nude in a well-known publication. In her lawsuit, Zelinske claims that she asked her boss for permission to pose for the magazine. Jessica Zelinske is no stranger to amateur photo shoots and posed again in April after her Playboy spread was published.