If there is one way to kill Playboy Magazine, it's to take nudity away from it's viewers. They now admit that was a mistake to do, and will be bringing nudity back.

The last nude issue in July 2015 featured a (then) 48-year old Pamela Anderson. The first non-nude issue came out in the following month, and Playboy vowed that they are going to stay that way.

Hugh Hefner's son, 25 year old, Cooper Hefner is now the Chief Creative Officer for Playboy. He announcer via Twitter that it "was a mistake" to remove nudity entirely.

The decision didn't kill the magazine, which also has a popular website, it actually increased website users per month by 12 million! This is likely due to more acceptance by women to interact with Playboy as well as allowing more husbands to get the "okay". The decision is prompting Playboy to immediately start showing nudity in their magazines and website. The first nude release will start back up in the March/April 2017 issue. Of course we need to ask the question to our central Minnesota Playboy fans, current and former. Please take a moment to vote below:

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