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Our editorial content is not influenced by any commissions we receive. Over the years a lot of hot, nude women have graced the pages of Playboy. And as much as warm-blooded folks all like getting a peek at the Playmate—dreamed up by Hugh Hefner to be the girl next door, stripped bare for your convenience—nothing has the gawk factor of celebrity skin. Playboy launched in December with a celebrity on the cover and in the pages—Marilyn Monroe who didn't actually pose for the mag —but the magazine really didn't trade in famous nudity for its first couple of decades. The girls in Playboy usually had names like Phyllis and Melba, and though they were supreme beauties, they weren't famous outside of the brand. Around the turn of the '80s, that changed.

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It's —so at this point, you've definitely seen a pic of Kim Kardashian in the buff. But despite her literal "break the internet" fame, she's not the only celeb who's baring it all. Others, from Emily Ratajkowski to Ashley Graham and Celine Dion, have starred in their own stunning nude photo shoots. Some of these women posed nude to make a statement about society's definition of beauty. Hot summer night vibes. Being comfortable with her sexuality took time, Halle told Vogue in her cover interview. If the world wouldn't persecute me, I'd take nude pictures every day of the week.

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After a year of keeping its magazine models clad, Playboy has decided au naturel is the way to go, after all. The magazine announced on Monday nude women will grace its pages once again. Chief creative officer Cooper Hefner said on Twitter the way the magazine previously featured nude models was "dated," but he believed getting rid of all nudity was not the right choice.
Naked women are back in Playboy magazine, ending a year-old ban on the nudity that made the magazine famous. The year-old magazine had banished naked women from its print edition because it believed the content had become passe in an era of porn that is just a click away on personal computers and smartphones. Magazine expert Samir Husni said the prohibition on nudity probably alienated far more readers than it attracted. Now that nudity is back in its fold, Playboy is still going to have to figure out how to appeal to a younger audience that has grown up in a digitally driven age in which nudity has become commonplace. Playboy reembraced nudity with an issue boasting several pictorial spreads of naked women, including Miss March, Elizabeth Elam, and Miss April, Nina Daniele.