Playgirl magazine began a search this week for "Harvard-type" men to pose for an April photo layout. Playgirl announced the Boston-wide search in an advertisement in this week's Real Paper. The ad begins in heavy black type "Playgirl 'Invades' Harvard," and solicits "good-looking, enthusiastic" models.
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NOT long after Nicole Caldwell became editor in chief of Playgirl magazine, she realized that looking at photos of naked men all day was not everything she had imagined it would be. When she would meet them, there was often a curious vapidity to the men, who Ms. Readers, Ms.
Republish our articles for free, online or in print, under Creative Commons licence. Male beauty and body image receive far less attention in the media and academia than the female body. But just like the female body, the male body has been depicted, evaluated and scrutinised as an aesthetic product since ancient times.
Playgirl is an American magazine that features general interest articles, lifestyle and celebrity news, in addition to nude or semi-nude men. In the s and s, the magazine printed monthly and was marketed mainly to womenalthough it had a significant gay male readership. A woman is a female human being.
The first issue of Playgirl magazine, the now-out-of-print glossy magazine that sought to capitalize on female desire with nude male centerfolds and features articles written for and by women, came out in Junebarely four years after the Stonewall Uprising. Its first issue sold out, sellingcopies in just four days. Gay writer Matthew Rettenmund just wrote a short history of the publicationshedding light on its gradual and reluctant embrace of its gay readers.
My favorite websites now post updates with new models at least once a week, and sometimes I find myself having to download and save these men for later viewing. When magazines used to dole out men, there was only one centerfold model per month; and he was a prize whose pages you would guard, pore over and revisit time and again. At the risk of dating myself, I still recall the times when I felt such a rush of excitement and anticipation each month as I purchased my copy of Playgirl Magazine from the local bookstore. Of course, I would also take the opportunity to grab copies of Men, Freshmen and any other glossy gay porn monthly with a handsome hunk on the cover while I was at the counter.
Blue vein meatroll, liver turner and purple-helmeted warrior of love. These were just a few of the words on the "page thesaurus of synonyms for penis" that Jessanne Collins collected as an editor at Playgirl magazine, which now only exists as an online brand and rare print publication. Turns out the editors of the much-ridiculed magazine were often asking themselves the same questions as the general public: Who reads this?