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How will Playboy will survive without its iconic creator? - NEWS.com.au

HUGH Hefner was the tour de force behind the iconic Playboy brand he started in 1953, but will his legacy survive and thrive after his death? “The brand will live for a long, long time. The bunny head is one of the most recognisable logos in the world ...and more »

Speaking Ill of Hugh Hefner - New York Times

Hugh Hefner, gone to his reward at the age of 91, was a pornographer and chauvinist who got rich on masturbation, consumerism and the exploitation of women, aged into a leering grotesque in a captain's hat, and died a pack rat in a decaying manse where ...and more »

Hugh Hefner's Former GF Don't Make the Mansion a Museum - TMZ.com

Barbi Benton -- Hugh Hefner's former girlfriend known for discovering the Playboy Mansion in the '70s -- thinks the famous home should stay that way. Barbi tells us it just wouldn't be the same if the Mansion gets turned into a museum ... even though ...and more »

Chicago Hip - City Journal

Hugh Hefner, who died this week at 91, never quite made it to maturity. That was the source of his regal riches. It was also the reason for his imperial downfall. The child of puritanical parents, Hefner grew up in Chicago, graduated from the ...and more »

Who Actually Led the Sexual Revolution? (Hint: It's Not Hugh Hefner) - HuffPost

Who actually led the sexual revolution? I'll give you a hint, it wasn't Hugh Hefner. When Hefner, the creator of Playboy Magazine, died on September 28th, an Associated Press writer splashed across the headline, “Hugh Hefner, leader of the sexual ...and more »

Reading Playboy for the stories: The magazine's long partnership with science fiction - FactorDaily

The year was 1955. An SF writer named Charles Beaumont had just written a sci-fi story called The Crooked Man, set in a future where heterosexuals are persecuted in a world dominated by homosexual people, and where heterosexuality is stigmatised and ...and more »

'Playboy' founder Hugh Hefner dead at 91 - UPI.com

Sept. 27 (UPI) -- Hugh Hefner, the businessman who launched Playboy magazine and its subsequent business empire, has died of natural causes at the age of 91, the company has confirmed. Playboy announced his death Wednesday in a post to its Twitter ...and more »

The dark side of Playboy - The Independent

One of his most promising Playboy Playmates, 20-year-old Dorothy Stratten, had been murdered, and Hefner was giving Village Voice writer Teresa Carpenter a glimpse at what he had otherwise kept private. After Stratten was shot in the face by her ...and more »

Hugh Hefner and Leftist Hypocrisy - American Thinker

The left has no values. Indeed, the left abhors values. It loves only power and the pain it can inflict upon those who embrace morality, honesty, and faith. Hugh Hefner is a perfect example of macabre perversion. Hefner made pornography popular among ...and more »

I'm not surprised Pamela Anderson is devastated over Hugh Hefner's death – she was his perfect woman - The Independent (blog)

Pamela Anderson's appearance at the Balmain fashion show in Paris this week marked a departure from her usual photo opportunity – the Ecuadorian embassy in London – where she regularly visits Julian Assange with bags of food from Pret a Manger.and more »