Playgirl is an American magazine that features general interest articles, lifestyle and celebrity news, in addition to nude or semi-nude men. In the 1970s and 1980s, the magazine printed monthly and was marketed mainly to women, although it had a significant gay male readership.

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  • Playgirl is an American magazine that features general interest articles, lifestyle and celebrity news, in addition to nude or semi-nude men. In the 1970s and 1980s, the magazine printed monthly and was marketed mainly to women, although it had a significant gay male readership. The magazine was founded in 1973 by Douglas Lambert during the height of the feminist movement as a response to erotic men's magazines such as Playboy and Penthouse that featured similar photos of women. In 1977 Lambert sold Playgirl to Ira Ritter who took over as publisher. The magazine covered issues like abortion, equal rights, and interspersing sexy shots of men and played a pivotal role in the sexual revolution for women. From March 2009 to February 2010, Playgirl appeared only online. The magazine returned to print as a sometime quarterly beginning with its March 2010 issue. The last print issue to date was for Winter 2016. As of 2016 the magazine was believed to have had only approximately 3,000 subscribers. (en)
  • Playgirl was an American magazine that features general interest articles, lifestyle and celebrity news, in addition to nude or semi-nude men. In the 1970s and 1980s, the magazine printed monthly and was marketed mainly to women, although it had a significant gay male readership. The magazine was founded in 1973 by Douglas Lambert during the height of the feminist movement as a response to erotic men's magazines such as Playboy and Penthouse that featured similar photos of women. In 1977 Lambert sold Playgirl to Ira Ritter who took over as publisher. The magazine covered issues like abortion, equal rights, and interspersing sexy shots of men and played a pivotal role in the sexual revolution for women. From March 2009 to February 2010, Playgirl appeared only online. The magazine returned to print as a sometime quarterly beginning with its March 2010 issue. The last print issue to date was for Winter 2016. As of 2016 the magazine was believed to have had only approximately 3,000 subscribers. (en)
  • Playgirl was an American magazine that featured general interest articles, lifestyle and celebrity news, in addition to nude or semi-nude men. In the 1970s and 1980s, the magazine printed monthly and was marketed mainly to women, although it had a significant gay male readership. The magazine was founded in 1973 by Douglas Lambert during the height of the feminist movement as a response to erotic men's magazines such as Playboy and Penthouse that featured similar photos of women. In 1977 Lambert sold Playgirl to Ira Ritter who took over as publisher. The magazine covered issues like abortion, equal rights, and interspersing sexy shots of men and played a pivotal role in the sexual revolution for women. From March 2009 to February 2010, Playgirl appeared only online. The magazine returned to print as a sometime quarterly beginning with its March 2010 issue. The last print issue to date was for Winter 2016. As of 2016 the magazine was believed to have had only approximately 3,000 subscribers. (en)
  • Playgirl was an American magazine that featured general interest articles, lifestyle and celebrity news, in addition to nude or semi-nude men. In the 1970s and 1980s, the magazine printed monthly and was marketed mainly to women, although it had a significant gay male readership. The magazine was founded in 1973 by Douglas Lambert during the height of the feminist movement as a response to erotic men's magazines such as Playboy and Penthouse that featured similar photos of women. In 1977 Lambert sold Playgirl to Ira Ritter who took over as publisher. The magazine covered issues like abortion, equal rights, and interspersing sexy shots of men and played a pivotal role in the sexual revolution for women. From March 2009 to February 2010, Playgirl appeared only online. The magazine returned to print as a sometime quarterly beginning with its March 2010 issue. The last print issue was for Winter 2016. As of 2016 the magazine was believed to have had only approximately 3,000 subscribers. (en)
  • Playgirl was an American magazine that featured general interest articles, lifestyle and celebrity news, in addition to nude or semi-nude men. In the 1970s and 1980s, the magazine printed monthly and was marketed mainly to women, although it had a significant gay male readership. The magazine was founded in 1973 by Douglas Lambert during the height of the feminist movement as a response to erotic men's magazines such as Playboy and Penthouse that featured similar photos of women. In 1977 Lambert sold Playgirl to Ira Ritter who took over as publisher. The magazine covered issues like abortion, equal rights, interspersed with sexy shots of men, and played a pivotal role in the sexual revolution for women. From March 2009 to February 2010, Playgirl appeared only online. The magazine returned to print as a sometime quarterly beginning with its March 2010 issue. The last print issue was Winter 2016. As of 2016, the magazine was believed to have had only approximately 3,000 subscribers. (en)
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  • {{about|{{Infobox magazine| image_file = | image_size = 224px| image_caption = June 1973 cover (Issue 1, Number 1)| publisher = Douglas Lambert (1973-1976)Ira Ritter (1977-1983)Jack Lindley Kuhns (2016- present)| category = Women's magazines| frequency = Monthly (1973–2009)Quarterly (2010–2016) Annually (2020-presen)| language = English| editor = | editor_title = | founded = 1973| firstdate = June 1973 (two "preview" issues, Jan. and Feb. 1973)| finaldate= | company = Sun boy LLC| country = United States| based = Santa Monica, California| website = {{<a href="/wiki/Template:URL" title="Template:URL">URL</a>|<i>example.com</i>|<i>optional display text</i>}}Playgirl was an American magazine that featured general interest articles, lifestyle and celebrity news, in addition to nude or semi-nude men. In the 1970s and 1980s, the magazine printed monthly and was marketed mainly to women, although it had a significant gay male readership. The magazine was founded in 1973 by Douglas Lambert during the height of the feminist movement as a response to erotic men's magazines such as Playboy and Penthouse that featured similar photos of women. In 1977 Lambert sold Playgirl to Ira Ritter who took over as publisher. The magazine covered issues like abortion, equal rights, interspersed with sexy shots of men, and played a pivotal role in the sexual revolution for women. From March 2009 to February 2010, Playgirl appeared only online. The magazine returned to print as a sometime quarterly beginning with its March 2010 issue. The final print issue was Winter 2016. As of 2016, the magazine was believed to have had only approximately 3,000 subscribers. (en)
  • {{about|{{Infobox magazine| image_file = | image_size = 224px| image_caption = June 1973 cover (Issue 1, Number 1)| publisher = Douglas Lambert (1973-1976)Ira Ritter (1977-1983)Jack Lindley Kuhns (2016- present)| category = Women's magazines| frequency = Monthly (1973–2009)Quarterly (2010–2016) Annually (2020-presen)| language = English| editor = | editor_title = | founded = 1973| firstdate = June 1973 (two "preview" issues, Jan. and Feb. 1973)| finaldate= | company = Sun boy LLC| country = United States| based = | website = {{<a href="/wiki/Template:URL" title="Template:URL">URL</a>|<i>example.com</i>|<i>optional display text</i>}}Playgirl was an American magazine that featured general interest articles, lifestyle and celebrity news, in addition to nude or semi-nude men. In the 1970s and 1980s, the magazine printed monthly and was marketed mainly to women, although it had a significant gay male readership. The magazine was founded in 1973 by Douglas Lambert during the height of the feminist movement as a response to erotic men's magazines such as Playboy and Penthouse that featured similar photos of women. In 1977 Lambert sold Playgirl to Ira Ritter who took over as publisher. The magazine covered issues like abortion, equal rights, interspersed with sexy shots of men, and played a pivotal role in the sexual revolution for women. From March 2009 to February 2010, Playgirl appeared only online. The magazine returned to print as a sometime quarterly beginning with its March 2010 issue. The final print issue was Winter 2016. As of 2016, the magazine was believed to have had only approximately 3,000 subscribers. (en)
  • Playgirl was an American magazine that featured general interest articles, lifestyle and celebrity news, in addition to nude or semi-nude men. In the 1970s and 1980s, the magazine printed monthly and was marketed mainly to women, although it had a significant gay male readership. The magazine was founded in 1973 by Douglas Lambert during the height of the feminist movement as a response to erotic men's magazines such as Playboy and Penthouse that featured similar photos of women. In 1977 Lambert sold Playgirl to Ira Ritter who took over as publisher. The magazine covered issues like abortion, equal rights, interspersed with sexy shots of men, and played a pivotal role in the sexual revolution for women. From March 2009 to February 2010, Playgirl appeared only online. The magazine returned to print as a sometime quarterly beginning with its March 2010 issue. The final print issue was Winter 2016. As of 2016, the magazine was believed to have had only approximately 3,000 subscribers. (en)
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  • Playgirl is an American magazine that features general interest articles, lifestyle and celebrity news, in addition to nude or semi-nude men. In the 1970s and 1980s, the magazine printed monthly and was marketed mainly to women, although it had a significant gay male readership. (en)
  • Playgirl was an American magazine that features general interest articles, lifestyle and celebrity news, in addition to nude or semi-nude men. In the 1970s and 1980s, the magazine printed monthly and was marketed mainly to women, although it had a significant gay male readership. (en)
  • Playgirl was an American magazine that featured general interest articles, lifestyle and celebrity news, in addition to nude or semi-nude men. In the 1970s and 1980s, the magazine printed monthly and was marketed mainly to women, although it had a significant gay male readership. (en)
  • {{about|{{Infobox magazine| image_file = Playgirl-issue-one.jpg| image_size = 224px| image_caption = June 1973 cover (Issue 1, Number 1)| publisher = Douglas Lambert (1973-1976)Ira Ritter (1977-1983)Jack Lindley Kuhns (2016- present)| category = Women's magazines| frequency = Monthly (1973–2009)Quarterly (2010–2016)| language = English| editor = | editor_title = | founded = 1973| firstdate = June 1973 (two "preview" issues, Jan. and Feb. 1973)| finaldate= | company = Sun boy LLC| country = United States| based = Santa Monica, California| website = {{<a href="/wiki/Template:URL" title="Template:URL">URL</a>|<i>example.com</i>|<i>optional display text</i>}}Playgirl was an American magazine that featured general interest articles, lifestyle and celebrity news, in addition to nude or semi-nude (en)
  • {{about|{{Infobox magazine| image_file = | image_size = 224px| image_caption = June 1973 cover (Issue 1, Number 1)| publisher = Douglas Lambert (1973-1976)Ira Ritter (1977-1983)Jack Lindley Kuhns (2016- present)| category = Women's magazines| frequency = Monthly (1973–2009)Quarterly (2010–2016) Annually (2020-presen)| language = English| editor = | editor_title = | founded = 1973| firstdate = June 1973 (two "preview" issues, Jan. and Feb. 1973)| finaldate= | company = Sun boy LLC| country = United States| based = Santa Monica, California| website = {{<a href="/wiki/Template:URL" title="Template:URL">URL</a>|<i>example.com</i>|<i>optional display text</i>}}Playgirl was an American magazine that featured general interest articles, lifestyle and celebrity news, in addition to nude or semi-nud (en)
  • {{about|{{Infobox magazine| image_file = | image_size = 224px| image_caption = June 1973 cover (Issue 1, Number 1)| publisher = Douglas Lambert (1973-1976)Ira Ritter (1977-1983)Jack Lindley Kuhns (2016- present)| category = Women's magazines| frequency = Monthly (1973–2009)Quarterly (2010–2016) Annually (2020-presen)| language = English| editor = | editor_title = | founded = 1973| firstdate = June 1973 (two "preview" issues, Jan. and Feb. 1973)| finaldate= | company = Sun boy LLC| country = United States| based = | website = {{<a href="/wiki/Template:URL" title="Template:URL">URL</a>|<i>example.com</i>|<i>optional display text</i>}}Playgirl was an American magazine that featured general interest articles, lifestyle and celebrity news, in addition to nude or semi-nude men. In the 1970s and (en)
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