Penthouse August 2006
For many years, Penthouse fell between Playboy and Hustler in terms of its explicitness and general attitude toward sexual depictions, with Playboy being visually softer and less focused on female genitals and with Hustler going for a raunchier look and content often consisting of toilet humor. Almost from the start, Penthouse pictorials showed female genitalia and pubic hair when this was considered by many to be obscene. Simulated sex, but not penetration or male genitalia, followed; then, several years later, male genitalia, including erections, could be seen. In addition, Penthouse attempted to maintain some level of reading content, although usually of a more sexually oriented nature than Playboy.
- [Read more about Penthouse in Wikipedia]
- [Official Penthouse web site (Warning: contains pornographic content and pop-up ads)]
- [List of Penthouse Pets]
- [List of men’s magazines]
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