Blowhard, Esq. writes:
Playboy’s announcement earlier this week to cease publishing nudes, like all great Aristotelian tragedies, was both surprising and inevitable. Given that we’ve had freely available Internet porn catering to all proclivities for about two decades, it’s surprising the magazine lasted as long as it did. And it was inevitable that it would have to adjust to the realities of a different erotic marketplace. How could its fresh-faced girls next door compete with the likes of BangBros and Kink.com?
Actually, the softcore aesthetic can do surprisingly well, as sites like Met Art, FemJoy, and PinUp Girls show. Some models make a living — and have become hugely popular — without even getting fully nude. Leanne Crow rarely takes off her bottoms. Denise Milani has built up a sizeable following without ever getting naked at all.
One of the most popular of the mostly-nude glamour models is redheaded Southern belle Tessa Fowler. Although she did some full nudity at the beginning of her career, she has largely eschewed it in favor of shoots that highlight her ample assets. Sure, why not hold a little something in reserve and preserve the mystery? It makes it all the more titillating when it’s finally revealed.
Nudity enough to get you in trouble at work below the fold. Have a good weekend.