We could call it "Flaccid Fellers". Not easy, that's for sure. Tyrosine : didn't believe women were interested in male nudity or porn. Stile4aly : Normally I am pretty liberal about these sorts of things, but on this issue I lean to the right. Dude had a zit on his inner thigh. Why couldn't the magazine photoshop that it out is why I never got into Playgirl. Felt half assed. I personally liked going to a male stripper revue because it gave into the fantasy that men were well groomed and polite. Well played. ChubbyTiger : ameliaonthesun: My girl bought me one for Christmas one year and I was all "hell yeah" until I saw one picture of a guy with a half windsock erection.
Douglas Lambert wanted to give Playboy a run for its money. It was , and Hugh Hefner's magazine had created a new mainstream market for soft-core porn. Lambert, a nightclub owner in Garden Grove, California, decided to get in on the action. Lambert's wife Jenny saw a bigger opportunity: a magazine with nude male centerfolds. Lambert wasn't sold. What woman wanted to ogle photos of nude men, much less buy a magazine full of them?
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The shots are amazing, and Ronnie is yes, hard and full frontal. You will GAG! Goes to show how little the guys in modeling make as opposed to the girls. Any girl with Ronnies exposure could have earned a decent living for at least 5 years. Ronnie seems like a good Gay, very supportive of the community and its causes. Guess he decided to grab what ever dollars he could before the clock strikes the 15th minute…….. Can he still have a career in the modeling world after this?
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 women , although it had a significant gay male readership. The magazine was founded in  by Douglas Lambert during the height of the feminist movement as a response to erotic men's magazines such as Playboy and Penthouse that featured similar photos of women.