People forget how he anonymously wrote a review in the magazine that made him famous giving a rave review to a book.

Everyone remembers this permanent A list celebrity who did a turn in reality late in life as some type of gregarious larger than life celebrity. He was that, but people forget that he also tried to sell a magazine a few decades ago that sexualized tweens and teens. It didn't last long, but not because there was not demand.

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Everyone Forgets

Everyone remembers this permanent A list celebrity who did a turn in reality late in life as some type of gregarious larger than life celebrity.

He was that, but people forget that he also tried to sell a magazine a few decades ago that sexualized tweens and teens.

It didn’t last long, but not because there was not demand. It is because people were afraid to carry the magazine in stores because of how it depicted these tweens and teens.

People also forget how he anonymously wrote a review in the magazine that made him famous giving a rave review to a book.

In that review he said, “Last year, the Puritan press generated a national burst of pious outrage over child pornography, the abuse of minors at the hands of callous X-rated film makers, pimps and worse.

Behind the campaign was the notion that children need to be protected from all forms of sexuality until they reach an age when they can fully appreciate the subtle nuances of guilt and shame that make sex such a bummer for many adults.”

It is also a book that glorifies incest and suggests that babies as young as six months are ready for sex.

It also says that incest should be embraced and not rejected in society.

That if you start very early with your female children they can grow into “notably erotic young women.”

Hugh Hefner

Flashback 1978: Playboy Promotes Pedophilia

Among the books reviewed in the June 1978 issue of Playboy is Sex Without Shame: Encouraging the Child’s Healthy Sexual Development by pediatrician Dr. Alayne Yates. Accompanied by an image of a child’s letter block with a nude, masturbating woman depicted on one side (captioned “never too young”), the anonymous review proclaims that the book “couldn’t come at a better time.” Playboy’s nameless critic proceeds:

“Last year, the Puritan press generated a national burst of pious outrage over child pornography, the abuse of minors at the hands of callous X-rated film makers, pimps and worse. Behind the campaign was the notion that children need to be protected from all forms of sexuality until they reach an age when they can fully appreciate the subtle nuances of guilt and shame that make sex such a bummer for many adults.”

Yates, the reviewer relates, “builds an impressive and often horrifying case against society” and points toward “other cultures and other, healthier, styles of parenting. […] If enough people read this book,” Playboy concludes, “we might actually make the world safe for eroticism.”- Source