Hugh Hefner

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Hugh Hefner was a prince among men who sought to help liberate Women from the evil Victorian values of old that teach that Sex is a sin outside of marriage and women should embrace the idea of being sexually agressive, initiate sex more and sought to elevate women and help men to see them as something more than just a fuck toy and a sammich maker despite Feminazi, penis-hating women calling him a chauvinistic exploiter of women. Hugh is well known as a defender of the First Amendment despite being a supporter of the Democratic Party and their desire to censor everything from music lyrics, video games, literature and pornographic magazines.
It is a black spot on the history of man that on 27 September 2017 Hugh Hefner passed on to that great Playboy Mansion in the sky. He is best known for helping young boys discover themselves, making Marilyn Monroe a conversation piece and is getting an article because we needed an excuse to post a huge gallery of titties from the 50s to today to ensure that his legacy goes on.


   
 
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Hugh Hefner began Playboy Magazine in January 1952 when he Ragequit his job at Esquire Magazine because the Jews in charge refused him a $5 raise. With $1,000 from his mother, a $600 bank loan and $8,000 from 45 investors to launch the first issue of Playboy, that went to market December 1953 and included the still popular, tasty and delectable nude of Marilyn Monroe as the centerfold. The issue was a complete success and sold over 50,000 issues at 50 cents and is considered a collectors item by book dealers and fans of the magazine with a near-mint issue going for as much as $5,000.

The Iconic rabbit logo was designed by Playboy Art Director Art Paul for the second issue as an endnote and by the third issue became the official logo. Heffner has said he chose the idea of the rabbit for the logo because it's a feminine animal that is well known for being playful and outright sexual in nature. A running gag with the magazine is to hide the rabbit somewhere on the cover of the magazine

One of Playboy's more notable themes is that Hugh Hefner would only allow nudity that was in the classic traditions of Art and could be found in most museums. The nudes are shot more as artistic pieces to show off the beauty and form of the woman rather than serve as vehicles for arousal. So there is to be no seeing of an open vagina or sex acts. His goal was to make the images of the woman look like something that could have been painted by a classical artist like Johannes Vermeer and could be viewed at The Metropolitan Museum Of Art. This could also have a lot to do with the fact that he was publishing in the 50s where anti-obscenity laws had writers being thrown in jail for admitting to fapping at poetry readings.

The Articles

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Most people that claim to appreciate the magazine and read the articles are unaware that Ray Bradbury's novel Fahrenheit 451 started its serialization in March 1954 but they can still name the centerfold for that month and year. It was Joanne Arnold.



His Life



What more can you say about a man that got to live out the male fantasy of wearing pajamas all day and getting to fuck the hottest women that would most likely turn you down in your Wet dreams?
We could go the Mark Twain route and say it all began the day Hugh was born but as a Person of Interest, Hugh Hefner really didn't appear until he realized himself as a Bon Vivant in the late 50s, early 60s by traveling the world and sleeping with at least 11 out of the 12 centerfolds published every year. An Urban legend says that the tiny stars that appear next to or on the letter P on the cover of Playboy magazine was Hugh rating how good the centerfold was in bed or him saying how many times he had slept with her.
Hugh was well known for his many Philanthropic causes and was well known for defending the First Amendment and fighting censorship in America. He donated $100,000 to Southern California's School Of Cinematic Art to create a course titled Censorship In Cinema.
Proving that he is male and can be swayed by a nice pair of tits, Hugh lost all reason and became an idiot equal to the dumbest of men when he ignored scientific evidence, doctors and reason when he backed Jenny McCarthy's anti-vaccination idiocy that only serves as an excuse for her inability to cope and going completely batshit insane from the fact that her Perfect ass spawned a retard.
Hefner was also an ardent supporter of gay rights and marriage. In 1955 he published the short story The Crooked Man which was about a straight man being persecuted in a homosexual world to the hate a dismay of many of his readers. Hugh argued, "If it was wrong to persecute heterosexuals in a homosexual society then the reverse is wrong, too." In support of Gay marriage the Heff went on record saying that the fight for gay rights "is a fight for all our rights. Without it, we will turn back the sexual revolution and return to an earlier, puritanical time."
Sadly, on 27 September 2017 Hugh left this mortal coil, most likely with a smile on his face because he left this Earth knowing he was what every man wishes they can be.
He is a legend and an ideal that all men should strive to be.

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