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Most Iconic Playboy Covers in History

Hugh Hefner is an icon when it comes to magazine publication. His ideas were more often than not very controversial; some would even suggest that he was ahead of his time. Let’s look at both sides of the argument; Firstly, Hefner openly profited by publicising sexuality and in a way some could argue that he was making money off the women who were modelling and secondly, you can say that for Hefner was indeed a revolutionary due to his openness towards sexual freedom, racial equality and for his stand against social norms. The question we should ask isn’t whether something like that would be celebrated at this time it is whether he made a difference at a very different time. If we review his work based on current themes and trends then it doesn’t look great for Hefner due to his over-representation of women in the naked light, but his efforts have greatly influenced many notable artists, and some even suggest that his efforts have greatly influenced modern publicising.

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The Playboy magazine had a humble beginning as Hefner managed to acquire enough money from his friends and family in 1953 to launch the first Playboy magazine. To this day, the issue remains infamous as it contained the then famous Marilyn Monroe on its cover. The copy of the issue can now fetch a lot in an auction, but when it was released, it was priced at 50 cents. The infamy around the magazine is due to the naked portrait of the popular actress. At the time, such ideas were celebrated, but not many were put into action. Hefner is viewed as a publication icon, but one cannot look past the blatant exploitation that women were subjected to. So when we look to celebrate his legacy, we must ask to realise that Hefner is no messiah and that there was more to the story than what meets the eye.

There have been some iconic playboy covers since its inception. In all honesty for us, it has to be the infamous Marilyn Monroe cover of 1953 that takes the cakes. Some other notorious covers that we believe finish close to the Marilyn Monroe cover was the 1971 portrayal of a black woman on the cover; it was unexpected, it was ahead of its time, and it was quintessentially Hugh Hefner. Most lists on Google will give you a number of iconic covers; there were plenty but very few have stood both the test of time and set precedents that will be followed for decades to come.

Things that women don’t know about men

Women tend to have this misconception that men hold all the cards when it comes to dating. And who can blame them, their perspective is that since men are the ones who have to ask out and court women. The misconception arises from the fact that women tend to miscorrelate men having to act first with power. In reality, there are a lot of things that women don’t understand about men; the running gag is that men are the simpler among the two, but nothing can be further from the truth.

  1. Risking Rejection

Don’t get us wrong, women and men fare equally when it comes to rejection in a relationship, but when it comes to dating, women hold all the cards. You have to look at a group of guys as a tribe with some groups having social hierarchies while others being more equal. Regardless of the social construct, men tend to value the reputation they hold very dear to their heart. So why is this important? Well in most cases, women can have multiple dating experiences without having to ever experience rejection. But men, on the other hand, have to function on a “Hit/miss” strategy that can weigh a great toll on his confidence. For example, you see a guy who is attractive across the bar, and he’s giving you the right signals. But at the end of the night he doesn’t ask you out or even approach you; you are bound to feel frustrated but share a thought for the guy. The guy might just have a bruised ego that prevents him from making that first move because he has been rejected a lot previously. And if forever reason he felt you wouldn’t approve of his approach, he would stay back to protect himself from rejection.

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  1. The Pressure

The fact of the matter is that women don’t have the same pressures of being good at dating skills as compared to men. You can argue otherwise but think about this for a moment. Women can dress up and go for a social gathering and walk away with a date; they are surrounded by a lot of men who would try their luck, and someone or the other will succeed. But the reverse isn’t true; the chances of men getting a date because they went on tinder or for a social gathering is slim to low without having to put in the effort. Men are constantly given mixed advice when it comes to dating, and this reduces their chances even further. The risk of rejection coupled with the pressure of being good at something makes many young men reject the idea of dating altogether. So the next time you’re wondering where all the good guys are; they are probably across the bar, enjoying their drinks because they don’t want to be rejected.

For sure you can turn around and be like why don’t men just ask other men who are good at dating for help? Well, it is quite simple; men are brought up to be independent and strong; to figure things out on their own. That and the fact that the fear that they might be ridiculed prevents men from seeking help when it comes to dating skills.

We are not saying that women have it easy; we argue that on a comparative basis women do hold all the cards when it comes to dating and casual relationships. The best way to handle this is to encourage and show the right signals. So say if someone who you aren’t attracted to asks you out; try to be civil about the whole thing. A cruel rejection might just be the final straw for most men. We aren’t saying that women have easy lives or anything but understand that men don’t either.

Marty Friedman is a strip club connoisseur. He is also an avid Playboy magazine collector.

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