I wouldn’t have expected Playboy, of all brands, to take such a righteous stand against catcalling with this handy flowchart (made by the talented Shea Strauss), but goddamn if I do appreciate it. See the full flowchart after the jump! [Playboy] Keep reading »
This new limited edition Leica camera combines Hello Kitty and the Playboy bunny, because wh0 doesn’t want a twee cartoon cat adorned with those famous bunny ears? I mean, they both have major birthdays this year (Hello Kitty turns 40 and Playboy turns 60), so I guess that’s as good an excuse to pair them off as any. And go figure, it’s Playboy who is going for the younger woman. Keep reading »
A couple weeks ago, Rachel posted that teaser image of supermodel Kate Moss on all fours, clad in a Playboy Bunny costume, cotton-ball tail and all. And now the issue itself — the magazine’s 60th anniversary issue — has arrived, with Kate on the cover. Somehow she manages to make even this ridiculous and kinda demeaning ensemble look totally chic. Sigh. See one more (SFW) shot after the jump! [Stylelite] Keep reading »
Here’s a challenge for you eagle-eyed Frisky readers: can you deduce which famous female is sporting the iconic Playboy bunny costume from bum alone? A hint — we wouldn’t typically peg her as the Playboy type, but that doesn’t mean this is the first time she’s bared her bod in a magazine. Far from it, in fact … Keep reading »
I’m dying to know whether it was a student or a parent who discovered Dallas high school Spanish teacher Cristy Nicole Deweese had also posed nude for Playboy and Playboy.com. Because reporting that to the authorities was probably an awkward conversation.
Deweese, 21, posed naked three years ago as a “Coed Of The Month” for Playboy as well as on Playboy.com as a cybergirl.” Today she teaches Spanish at Townview Magnet High School in Dallas, Texas.
I don’t think it should matter whether teachers have worked as strippers or escorts, posed topless or appeared in porn in the past. If my hypothetical kid’s teacher is a gifted and hard-working educator, that is what’s important to me. As long as teachers conduct themselves professionally and keep their past careers out of the classroom, it should be a nonissue. Keep reading »