WTF: Playboy Cover Features Some Gay Dude Dressed As A ‘Bunny’

Written by Wes Walker on October 5, 2021

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Just in case the world wasn’t crazy enough for you yet, Playboy Magazine just took their shot at making it weirder.

Unless you actually believe the people who claimed to ‘read it for the articles’ Playboy magazine was created for one reason and one reason only: Use pictures of curvy ladies to relieve horny guys of their paychecks. Judging by the empire the magazine built up, it did a good job of achieving that goal.

It was about photos of girls. A simple formula, really. One that made them money hand over fist. Lewd? Obviously — yet they were tame compared to some of their magazine counterparts.

If readers wanted something else – say, to see some buff guy in a fireman outfit — the company had a different magazine marketed to the ladies.

It’s was a formula so simple, it takes one of those real ‘big brain’ types to mess it up… or it takes the peer pressure that comes along with woke corporate politics.

With the internet brimming with so many places you can see the kind of images that made Playboy their money for free, it’s surprising they haven’t gone broke already. But if they keep making decisions like this one, it shouldn’t take long before they are.

What’s the best way to decorate the cover of a magazine dedicated to ‘tasteful’ (yeah, sure!) images of the female form? They’ve done decades worth of images of pin-up girls. They’ve had the founder. But nobody’s ever thought to slap a gay dude in a bunny suit on the cover.

Until now, that is.

Playboy has made history by featuring its first-ever gay male cover star on the front of its October 2021 digital issue, dressing influencer Bretman Rock up in one of its iconic Playboy Bunny costumes. –DailyMail

While some people showed up in the social media thread to cheer on the wokeness, the editors were absolutely SAVAGED in the comments.

Most of them mocked the alleged men’s magazine for how badly they read their own audience, and how they are burning whatever is left of their own brand to the ground…

Short and to the point…

But a few mocked their misguided wokeness itself, sometimes with *chef’s kiss* perfection…

The only thing missing was the obligatory gender pay gap reference.

Hugh’s final days were spent living in the delapidated squalor of a once-infamous party pad being waited on by women who sounded like they could hardly wait for the old fart to finally take that adios snooze.

— “Hef just lies there with his Viagra erection. It’s just a fake erection, and each girl gets on top of him for two minutes while the girls in the background try to keep him excited…” — Jill Ann Spaulding

— “At about the minute mark, I pulled away and it was done. It was like a job. Clock in, clock out. It’s not like I enjoyed having sex with him.” —Kendra Wilkinson

Playboy’s Founder, Hugh Hefner, Dead At 91

‘I CONTEMPLATED SUICIDE’: Ex-Playmate And Hef Squeeze, Holly Madison, Slams The ‘Nightmarish’ World Of Playboy

Wouldn’t it be poetic justice that the self-destruction of his legacy was every bit as contemptible as that of its founder?

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