The famed men’s magazine has launched a Twitter-driven strip-tease. For every 15 tweets viewers send during the broadcast of an Argentine TV show called “Sabado Bus,” a section of a Playboy centerfold is …
Jenni “J-Woww” Farley of MTV “Jersey Shore” fame might wear bedazzled boy-shorts as if they were long pants, but she isn’t going to take them off for “Playboy.” She has turned down a request to pose for the mag, even though the offer was reportedly for $400,000.
“I urge you to support this historic bill and speak up for the millions of animals who are bludgeoned, electrocuted, and skinned alive for their pelts each year” beseeched Anderson in her letter.
In some countries the laws have defined pornography as how much and what bits of flesh are exposed.
It was an idea the Playboy Enterprises’ founder Hugh Hefner says he had a half-century ago when he created the monthly, but couldn’t afford.
HBO, a unit of Time Warner Inc, is helping out with the cost of 3-D glasses bound up with the issue, which hits newsstands on Friday.
Playboy magazine founder Hugh Hefner on Monday donated the last $900,000 sought by a conservation group for a land purchase needed to save the famed vista of the Hollywood sign from being spoiled by development.
Thousands of apps with adult-themed content have been removed from the store since Friday although some, such as one from Playboy, remain.
It took them four days, but Apple is finally explaining its surprise decision to remove nearly all “sexy” content from the App Store. Once again, the morsels of information come from Apple SVP of Worldwide Product Marketing Phil Schiller, who spoke with the New York Times for an article published earlier this evening. None of it is too surprising, but Schiller’s unconvincing explanation as to why some applications like Sports Illustrated’s swimsuit app and Playboy will be allowed to remain on the store is sure to anger plenty of developers.