Please refresh the page and retry. P layboy magazine is bringing back naked models, one year after its pledge to ban nudity. The publication announced with great fanfare a year ago that it was banning all photos of naked women in a bid to attract more mainstream readers and advertisers. C ooper Hefner, the son of founder Hugh Hefner, took over as chief creative officer at Playboy last October. He was reportedly an opponent of the decision to ban nudes, which had featured in the magazine since its first issue with Marilyn Monroe as the centrefold in T he move had been widely applauded by women's rights activists. Playboy said at the time that the easy access to online pornography had hit sales and it needed to attract new readers. The magazine's record circulation was 7. We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you can continue to access our quality content in the future. Visit our adblocking instructions page.
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Playboy has shown a preview of the first "non-nude" edition of the year-old magazine founded by Hugh Hefner. It features centerfold Dree Hemingway, the great-granddaughter of novelist Ernest Hemingway. Nude awakening: naked womend return to the magazine next month. Playboy magazine is returning to its roots, bringing nudes back just a year after abandoning full frontal shots of women saying they had become outdated. Founded in , Playboy had decided to stop publishing nude photos of women, saying they had become outmoded due to the plethora of free pornography on the internet. It launched a revamped version in March in which it replaced full frontal nudity with flirty, more natural shots of women in scanty attire. Playboy brings back naked women Magazine bringing nudes back just a year after abandoning full frontal shots of women Tue, Feb 14, , Updated: Tue, Feb 14, , Atlantic Podcast A three-part series exploring the mystery of Peter Bergmann - the man who came to Sligo to disappear.