#NakedisNormal: Playboy magazine to start publishing nude content again after initially stopping it

Playboy magazine has revealed on Twitter that it is bringing back nudity to the magazine, after entirely scrapping all nude content from the magazine last year, as New Chief Creative Officer Cooper Hefner stated that it was a mistake to have stop producing nude contents in the celebrity lifestyle magazine.



The popular magazine promoted its March/April edition of the magazine with a naked playmate, and a hashtag that reads #NakedisNormal. 

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Cooper Hefner, 25, son of Hugh Hefner the founder of the magazine, tweeted a statements that reads " we are taking back our identity and reclaiming who we are," on his twitter handle, in reference to the magazine's decision to bring back nude contents/photos.

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Some social media users welcomed the decision, while others believe they were only doing it to salvage the poor sales that followed after the removal of the nude contents.

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