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“I did my first photoshoot when I was 14. They wanted to dye my hair blonde with streaks of red and orange— very futuristic. I said, ‘Let’s do it. Whatever it is!’ I went to school the next day and got sent right back home.” June 2019 Playmate Yoli Lara photographed by Ana Dias pic.twitter.com/EepowwcYqI
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June 2019 Playmate Yoli Lara photographed by Ana Dias for #thespeechissue 🌿 pic.twitter.com/qWgCKMnA46
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“Still the biggest obstacle is appreciating—and incorporating—each gender’s uniqueness into society...We need to learn to benefit from women’s, men’s and transgender people’s individual voices.” September 2016 Playmate Kelly Gale photographed by Chris Heads pic.twitter.com/hCuUi0Pend
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An outtake from Marilyn Cole’s PMOY ‘73 photoshoot with Alexas Urba #playboyheritage pic.twitter.com/BxV2ZqXsJr
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Love means nothing on the hard court 💔🎾 May/ June 2017 pictorial featuring Jessi M'Bengue photographed by Jennifer Stenglein pic.twitter.com/uzNDXf5kC9
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In May 1985, Victoria Sheff and @david_sheff interviewed Boy George for 'The Playboy Interview.' The Culture Club icon brilliantly detailed the nuances of his gender saying, "Androgyny means being liberated from the constraints of sex." #playboyheritage playboy.com/read/the-playb…
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According to some GOP representatives, “If this were Hillary, we would’ve already impeached her by now.” Playboy's White House Correspondent, @BrianKarem, weighs the chances of impeachment as Trump enjoys his time abroad. playboy.com/read/for-nancy…
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Playboy's White House Correspondent, @BrianKarem, checks in on the chaos in DC, reporting back, "You can’t get ahead of him on any issue, usually because Trump doesn’t know where he is on an issue until he makes up his mind at the last minute where to go." playboy.com/read/trump-sup…
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"The goal is exactly what it sounds like...not to merely change prisons for the better, but to make them unnecessary in the first place." In the wake of @ava's 'When They See Us,' we imagine what prison abolition could look like. playboy.com/read/the-new-a…
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Playboy's Film Critic, Stephen Rebello, breaks down the ten best films of 2019 thus far. Click the link to see if your favorite was included! playboy.com/read/10-best-f…
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In the April 1969 'Playboy Interview' with poet Allen Ginsberg, the "psychedelic proselyte" and "bearded prophet" boldly argued, "There’s homosexuality in every Playboy reader." Read more of his conversation with Paul Carroll at the link. #playboyheritage playboy.com/read/the-playb…
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In "Pegging for Politics," @TawnyMLara recounts the time she pegged a Trump supporter. " Listening to each other can go a very long way...I opened his mind and his butthole." Read more at the link. playboy.com/read/pegging-f…
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In his first major interview since coming out in The Advocate, @tylerjblackburn—star of 'Pretty Little Liars' and 'Roswell'—discusses sexuality, Hollywood, and the challenges of inhabiting “the gray area” in Playboy’s Gender and Sexuality Issue. playboy.com/read/down-to-e…
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Playboy Executive Editor @jhrickman gets a master class on festival consent from @CosmoAncestral and @xrazmax at @LIBfestival. The takeaway? “Consent can and must be clearly expressed regardless of the circumstances.” playboy.com/read/lightning…
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"That a song from a lesbian public figure could be diffused into real life and lived sexual expression is nothing new, but rather something typical of lesbian music throughout its history." Click the link to read about the birth of the musical “Celesbian." playboy.com/read/from-gert…
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In "Man In His Domain: Ed Freeman," Playboy's contributing writer, Michael Slenske, details the 76-year-old photographer's journey to the front cover of Playboy. @EdFreemanPhoto playboy.com/read/ed-freema…
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Click the link to read the full Letter from the Editors. (8/8) playboy.com/read/from-the-…
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And so, inspired by Kameny’s 1969 letter to the editor, let this be a letter from the editors that proudly reminds the world where PLAYBOY stands: Gay is good. (7/8)
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As we celebrate the richness of different lived experiences, we are energized by the opportunity to come out formally for what we believe.
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Taking pride in sexuality isn’t without risk. Our contributors remind us that enjoying sexual freedom means defending the rights of all genders and identities. (6/8)
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This issue is dedicated to that fight. PLAYBOY is committed to providing a platform for those voices who broaden the definition of “normal,” who confront social conventions and who celebrate the power of diverse identities. (5/8)
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Today, the rallying cry “Gay is good” reminds us how far we’ve come in the past 50 years.Yet the battle to overcome the forces of prejudice and discrimination still rages. (4/8)
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At that time, the American Psychiatric Association listed being gay as a mental disorder, and the Stonewall riots, which catalyzed the LGBTQ rights movement, were still months away. (3/8)
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“Gay Is Good.” In March 1969, PLAYBOY published a reader’s letter with this deceptively simple headline. (2/8)
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In this third issue of our 65th anniversary year, we focus on a topic that is just as relevant today as it was in 1953: On Gender and Sexuality. (1/8)
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