The magazine was geared toward gay men, and featured nude photos of men, 18—25 years old. The magazine was soft core, and distributed to mainstream news outlets, and to the soft core sections of adult stores. It was available in all Ruben Sturmen influenced outlets, probably due to the Flynt Distributing connection. It was distributed by Flynt Distributing, of the Larry Flynt empire. Its first editions featured all color photography with very high production values.
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History[ edit ] The first issue of Playboy , published in December Pornographic magazines form a part of the history of erotic depictions. It is a form for the display and dissemination of these materials. The new printing processes allowed photographic images to be reproduced easily in black and white, whereas printers were previously limited to engravings, woodcuts and line cuts for illustrations. The publications soon either masqueraded as "art magazines" or publications celebrating the new cult of naturism , with titles such as Photo Bits , Body in Art, Figure Photography, Nude Living and Modern Art for Men.
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