A top Playboy editor has reportedly convinced Hugh Hefner that the world's best-known men's magazine should no longer feature nude models. Is this real? Yes, it is real. According to a Monday article in the New York Times, Playboy has decided to go with provocative -- but clothed -- women as a change in the magazine's persona.

The redesign of the magazine will be unveiled in March of 2016. Playboy's Cory Jones persuaded Hefner to make the change because the proliferation of nude women on Internet gives the magazine no clear competitive advantage. Naked woman are now a dime a dozen.

 

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