There are times when you get the impression from TV that everyone is either sexually depraved or confused, that all relationships are fleeting or petty, that contact between the genders is trivial or farcical, that the history of the sexes is drawn from Monty Python. Of course not. It was irresistible--a mean-spirited universe where everyone acted out their four-letter fantasies.
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?
According to a recent survey in Playgirl magazine I just buy it for the articleswomen prefer men who are a little chubby and don't wax their chests. The magazine asked 2, of its readers what they find sexy in a man and the answers were encouraging for those of us who are abs-challenged: 42 percent said they thought love handles were kind of sexy and 47 percent approved of chest hair. The women were also turned off by "metrosexuals" while 73 percent said they want a guy who is "rough around the edges.
Do you have to be a perfect 10 to land a long-term valentine? According to a recent survey by Playgirl Magazine, the answer, at least for men, is no. From chubby cuddlies to skinny rock star types, women find a broad range of physical types attractive and can easily love a man with love handles. While the Playgirl survey was hardly scientific, scientists and psychologists have actually been studying the rules of attraction for decades.
So it's no wonder that businessmen are constantly evolving novel ways to market that highly enjoyable sensation so that anybody can feel sexy anytime, anyplace. Men have long taken advantage of these ready opportunities to buy their ideas of sex thereby providing a market for magazines featuring women in a myriad of amusing positions and situations. Until recently, no one seriously thought that women might feel a similar need for graphic sexual stimulation.
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.
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The year-old supermodel is the cover girl for Playboy magazine as it celebrates its 60th birthday. She appears in an page spread, in which she oozes sex appeal, flaunting her gorgeous physique and is seen in several shots wearing bunny ears - which represents the brand's signature Rabbit Head symbol. In an interview in the special issue, Kate admits she enjoys parties with interesting people who are willing to share salacious stories. Quizzed on her ultimate dinner guest line-up she told Tom Jones: "Well, I would like to have dinner with naughty people who have a story to tell - like you!