Watch now. An educational documentary on efficient techniques for photographing nude models. Hiding behind the usual "for educational purposes" banner is an actually educational nudie film. While failing to provide the prurient interest the fans dig, it does offer some useful instruction to neophyte photographers. For anyone who loves movies and has heard terms like "low-key lighting" bandied about in discussions of film noir and such, this Manuel Conde short actually explains what various forms of lighting equipment are and shows the results. Several of the girls are familiar faces and bodies from appearances in sexploitation films, notably Carlos in her nudist camp work and Vickie Miles, memorable in Herschell Gordon Lewis's "Scum of the Earth". This film proves once again that non-stop nudity on screen does not translate as eroticism or arousing footage. Sadly, it is educational, not stimulating to our baser instincts. Sign In. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends.
Douglas Lambert wanted to give Playboy a run for its money. It was , and Hugh Hefner's magazine had created a new mainstream market for soft-core porn. Lambert, a nightclub owner in Garden Grove, California, decided to get in on the action. Lambert's wife Jenny saw a bigger opportunity: a magazine with nude male centerfolds. Lambert wasn't sold. What woman wanted to ogle photos of nude men, much less buy a magazine full of them? But he slowly realized Jenny might be on to something. The sexual revolution was well under way, and Lambert "sensed the woman of the '70s was eager to become part" of it, as he'd eventually write in promo copy for his new magazine. So in the summer of , Lambert, along with William Miles Jr. Two years later, in June , Playgirl 's first issue hit the newsstand, with a mission similar to its long-standing counterpart: to feature nude centerfolds alongside hard-hitting features by and for women.
By Laurie Kamens. A Connecticut man who posed nude for Playgirl 18 years ago, is suing his recent employer for harassment after co-workers taunted him about having posed for the magazine. Daniel Sawka's former co-workers yelled 'Timber!
Updated: April 28, References. Playgirl magazine caters mainly to heterosexual women, as well as a lesser percentage of gay and bisexual men, with its main content primarily comprised of partially to fully nude male photos. In order to become a Playgirl model, you must have excellent physical attributes, a great sense of unrestrained confidence, and of course be 18 or older. Your chances will greatly increase if you happen to be well endowed. Log in Facebook Loading Google Loading Civic Loading