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Playgirl is a monthly lifestyle magazine published in the United States that features seminude or fully nude men. The magazine was founded in 1973 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. This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... The word nude may refer to: The state of nudity. ... Feminism comprises a number of social, cultural and political movements, theories and moral philosophies that are concerned with the impact of cultural, political, and economic practices and inequalities on discrimination against women. ... This is a list of magazines primarily marketed to heterosexual men. ... Playboy is an American mens magazine, founded in 1953 by Hugh Hefner and his associates, which has grown into Playboy Enterprises, Inc. ... Jesse Capelli on Penthouse magazine cover Penthouse is a mens magazine founded by Bob Guccione, combining urban lifestyle articles and soft-core pornographic pictorials, that eventually, in the 1990s evolved into hard-core. ...


The magazine is well-known for two publicity stunts when they offered Charles, Prince of Wales $45,000 to appear nude in a centerfold in 1990 and when they published a nude pictorial called "The Men of Enron" in September 2002 in which some former Enron employees "lost their shirts." The Prince Charles, Prince of Wales (Charles Philip Arthur George[2]; born 14 November 1948), is the eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. ... Enron Corporation (Former NYSE ticker symbol: ENE) was an American energy company based in Houston, Texas. ...


Though the magazine is marketed to heterosexual women, Playgirl's then-editor-in-chief Michele Zipp said in 2003, "The gay readership is about 30%." She went on to add, "It's 'Entertainment for Women' because there's no other magazine out there that caters to women in the way we do, but we love our gay readers as well."[1] Also in 2003, the President of Trans Digital Media, LLC (the brand management firm for Playgirl TV), Mark Graff, stated that 50% of Playgirl's readership is gay males.[2]


Playgirl is published by New York-based company Blue Horizon Media, which also publishes High Society, Celebrity Skin, Hawk, Chéri and a number of other hardcore pornographic magazines. Blue Horizon, then known as Crescent Publishing, was charged in 2000 by the FCC with over 180 million dollars of online credit card fraud, much of which was conducted on the Playgirl Magazine site. All Blue Horizon titles, including Playgirl were prevented from conducting any business on the web for five years. Then President Bruce Chew was subsequently indicted along with several prominent members of the Gambino crime family. Blue Horizon is owned by the reclusive millionaire pornographer Carl Ruderman, who prefers to be known as a leader of international tourism rather than as a publisher of pornographic titles. Midtown Manhattan, looking north from the Empire State Building, 2005 New York City (officially named the City of New York) is the most populous city in the state of New York and the entire United States. ... High Society is a U.S. pornographic magazine. ... | Celebrity Skin is a pornographic magazine which specializes in showcasing naked or semi naked celebrities; it shouldnt be confused with its rival Celebrity Sleuth. ... Pornographic magazines, sometimes known as adult magazines or sex magazines are magazines that contain content of a sexual nature, typically regarded as pornography. ...


Throughout the history of the magazine, Playgirl featured male frontal nudity except for the early issues in 1973 and then the infamous non-nude year 1987. In 1986, Carl Ruderman's Drake Publishers (later renamed Crescent, and renamed again to Blue Horizon Media) bought Playgirl and relocated it to New York. John Paul become the first full frontal centerfold in November 1987 after a disastrous non-nude year. Throughout the years the magazine has matured as erections, foreskin and non-Caucasian models have been shown in the magazine. The magazine generally featured models who have been circumcised but of late, layouts with uncircumcised models are featured. Standard Lenna image famously used in many image processing experiments, taken from the (non-revealing) top third of a November 1972 Playboy centerfold. ... The erection of the penis, clitoris or a nipple is its enlarged and firm state. ... The foreskin or prepuce (a technically broader term that also includes the clitoral hood, the homologous structure in women) is a retractable double-layered fold of skin and mucous membrane that covers the glans penis and protects the urinary meatus when the penis is not erect. ... Seixas Family circumcision set and trunk, ca. ...


Playgirl is available in English and has been published in numerous foreign-language and international editions during its history: Germany (1978-1980 and 1989-2003), France (1978), Australia (1985-88, and as Interlude in 1991), the Netherlands (1987-88), Great Britain (1992-93), South Africa (1995), Brazil, and Russia (2004-?), and in a Spanish-language edition (1992-93).


Apart from professional models, Playgirl features amateur models in a section called Real Men (formerly known as Snapshots). A Real Men of the Year contest is held annually where readers can vote the for the best layout of the year. Real Men is a 1987 comedy/sci-fi film starring James Belushi and John Ritter as the heroes: suave, womanizing CIA agent Nick Pirandello and milquetoast insurance agent Bob Wilson, respectively. ...


Every year in November, Playgirl dedicates an issue to nude men. A nude centerfold calendar featuring the men of the previous year is usually included in the December issue of the magazine. Readers are asked to vote for the Man of the Year from the pictures of the calendar. Person of the Year is an annual issue of U.S. newsmagazine TIME that features a profile ostensibly on the man, woman, couple, group, idea, place, or machine that for better or worse, has most influenced events in the preceding year. ...

Contents

Celebrity Nudes

Playgirl has not been successful in persuading many male celebrities to disrobe, nor have any of its nude models risen to major stardom in films; the most famous is likely Sam J. Jones who went on to play Flash Gordon in a 1980 film several years after his nude layout. The magazine was somewhat more successful in getting name Hollywood actors to disrobe for layouts in its first years. Those who posed nude or semi-nude included: Autographed picture of Sam J. Jones as Flash Gordon Sam J. Jones (born August 12, 1954 in Chicago, Illinois) is an American actor, often credited as Sam Jones. ... Flash Gordon is a science fiction comic strip originally drawn by Alex Raymond, first published on January 7, 1934. ... Flash Gordon is a 1980 science fiction film, based on the eponymous comic strip character Flash Gordon. ... The word nude may refer to: The state of nudity. ...

The magazine has a monthly section entitled "Celeb Nudes" featuring photographs of various celebrities (including Leonardo DiCaprio) from movie scenes, usually nude. In the case of the infamous nude Brad Pitt photos, candid shots of him appeared in another celebrity-oriented section named "Tabloid." The magazine has often used photographs of movie stars and celebrities on the cover, but due to publicity agents' restrictions on male nudity for their Hollywood clients, these stars are usually just interviewed or profiled and do not appear in a nude layout. Christopher Atkins on the cover of Playgirl Magazine, 1983 Christopher Atkins smiling Christopher Atkins (born Christopher Bowman on February 21, 1961 in Rye, New York) is an American actor and was a popular teen idol. ... Scott Stewart Bakula (born October 9, 1954) is an American actor who played leading roles in two science fiction television series: Quantum Leap and Star Trek: Enterprise. ... Steve Bond is a television actor and model. ... Jim Brown (born February 17, 1936) is an American former professional football player who has also made his mark as an actor and social activist. ... Gary Conway is an American actor born February 4, 1936 in Boston, Massachusetts as Gareth Carmody. ... Fabian (born February 6, 1943) was an American teen idol of the late 1950s and early 1960s. ... Christopher George in the 1966-1968 television series The Rat Patrol. ... Tyrese Darnell Gibson (born December 30, 1978), often known simply as Tyrese or Black-Ty, is an American R&B and hip hop singer, songwriter, rapper, actor, and former fashion model and MTV VJ. After releasing several successful albums, he made the transition into films, with lead roles in several... Autographed picture of Sam J. Jones as Flash Gordon Sam J. Jones (born August 12, 1954 in Chicago, Illinois) is an American actor, often credited as Sam Jones. ... Peter Lupus is an American bodybuilder and actor, born June 17, 1932. ... Dante Dan Pastorini (born 1949 - ) was a quarterback who played for 12 seasons from 1971-1981, and 1983. ... Chris Pontius (born Christopher Andrew Pontius on July 16, 1974 in Pasadena, California) is an American entertainer and daredevil. ... Centerfold photo of George Maharis in the July 1973 issue of Playgirl Magazine George Maharis (born September 1, 1928 in Astoria, New York) is an American actor and was one of seven children born to Greek immigrants. ... Michael Shawn Hickenbottom (born July 22, 1965) is an American professional wrestler, better known by the ring name Shawn Michaels. ... Peter Steele (born Peter Ratajczyk on January 4, 1962 in Brooklyn, New York) is the lead singer, bassist, and composer for the gothic-doom band Type O Negative. ... Antonio Hardy (born September 10, 1968), better known by his stage name Big Daddy Kane, is a record producer/rapper from the Bed-Stuy section of Brooklyn, New York. ... Don Stroud Don Stroud (born 1 September 1943) is one of the most recognizable actors of the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. ... This article needs additional references or sources for verification. ... Promotional photo of Victor Webster Victor Webster is a Canadian actor born on February 7, 1973 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. ... Lyle Waggoner (born April 13, 1935 in Kansas City, Kansas) is a tall (64 (1. ... Fred The Hammer Williamson (born March 5, 1938 in Gary, Indiana) is a former professional football player, a star defensive back in the AFL during the 1960s. ... Darryl Worley (born October 31, 1964 in Pyburn, Tennessee) is an American country music singer-songwriter. ... Stephen Wayne Yeager (born November 24, 1948 in Huntington, West Virginia) is an American baseball player; catcher. ... The son of Canadian immigrants, Lou Zivkovich attended the University of Miami where he received a degree in Physical Education and English. ... William Bradley Brad Pitt(born December 18, 1963) is an American actor and film producer. ...


Fan hysteria over the November 2006 rerun of the April 2001 semi-nude shots of country superstar Keith Urban proved the demand for gender-equality in celebrity nudity.[3]


Vito LoGrasso, the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) superstar, has recently posed for the April 2007 issue of the magazine.[4] This article does not cite any references or sources. ... World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. ...


Trivia

  • Geoff Minger sported Playgirl's first "full" erection in the historic January 1980 issue.
  • The magazine selects one of the centerfolds from the past year also Man of the Year. One of these men, Dirk Shafer, later produced a comic mockumentary titled Man of the Year in which he discusses balancing being gay with working as a sex symbol.
  • Shafer was not the only gay model of the magazine. Scott Merritt, Playgirl's 30th-anniversary centerfold, revealed in the August 19, 2003 issue of The Advocate that he is gay.[1] Brian Dawson, April 1978's Man of the Month would go on to win the title of International Mr. Drummer, a gay leather title, in 1989, as well as winning a bronze medal in the physique competition at the 2002 Gay Games in Australia. Jim Waldrop, centerfold in the January 1981 issue, was better known as gay porn superstar J. W. King. Similarly, February 1979's Man of the Month was better known as gay porn legend Clay Russell. December 2000's Man of the Month, "Marc Reina" was in fact gay porn star Eric Hanson.
  • In the June 2004 issue, Playgirl magazine featured its oldest cover model/centerfold in the magazine's 30-year history: Rick Dinihanian, a 54-year-old gay man.
  • Kevin Michaels (also known as Kevin Talley), the April 2005 issue centerfold, was the first centerfold to reject the title of Man of the Year because of his Southeast Christian Church faith.
  • Researchers Richard A. Leit, Harrison G. Pope, Jr. and James J. Gray in a 2000 paper published in the International Journal of Eating Disorders examined 115 male centerfold models in Playgirl magazine from 1973 to 1997 and noted that the Playgirl centerfold models have become increasingly dense and more muscular over time.[5]
  • When the Russian Playgirl hit newsstands in June 2004, its Russian audience were confronted with an unfamiliar sight, photographs of nude, circumcised American men, as most Russian girls have never seen a circumcised man. Although common in the United States, Canada, Africa, and some Asian countries, circumcision is less common in Europe, being practiced mainly by the Muslim and Jewish communities.[6]
  • Vito LoGrasso, the former WWE superstar, has recently posed for the April 2007 issue of the magazine.[4]
  • Dan, the centerfold for the January 2007 issue is the first ever centerfold to display a pierced penis. He had his nipples, navel and penis pierced in the layout.
  • When WWE superstar Shawn Michaels posed for Playgirl in 1996, he thought that the magazine was only marketed for women, and realised that it was actually a magazine for gay men when he did an autograph signing for it a few months later. [7]

Dirk Shafer is an American (born November 7, 1962 in Tuna, Texas) model, actor, screenwriter and director. ... This article or section cites very few or no references or sources. ... Man of the Year is a 1995 mockumentary written, directed by and starring Dirk Shafer. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... The Advocate (ISSN 0001-8996) is a US-based LGBT-related biweekly news magazine. ... Pornography (from Greek πορνογραφια pornographia — literally writing about or drawings of harlots) is the representation of the human body or human sexual behaviour with the goal of sexual arousal, similar to, but (according to some) distinct from, erotica. ... Wikipedia does not yet have an article with this exact name. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. ... World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. ... Michael Shawn Hickenbottom (born July 22, 1965) is an American professional wrestler, better known by the ring name Shawn Michaels. ... Year 1996 (MCMXCVI) was a leap year starting on Monday (link will display full 1996 Gregorian calendar). ...

Man of the Month (centerfold)

Two preview issues of Playgirl were published with race car driver Mike Hiss in the January 1973 issue; and the Hager Twins, Jim and John, from TV's Hee Haw in the February 1973 issue. Then Vol. 1, No. 1 appeared in June of 1973. Mike Hiss (born July 7, 1941, Tustin, California), is a former driver in the USAC Championship Car series. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ...

1973

1974 Lyle Waggoner (born April 13, 1935 in Kansas City, Kansas) is a tall (64 (1. ... Centerfold photo of George Maharis in the July 1973 issue of Playgirl Magazine George Maharis (born September 1, 1928 in Astoria, New York) is an American actor and was one of seven children born to Greek immigrants. ... Gary Conway is an American actor born February 4, 1936 in Boston, Massachusetts as Gareth Carmody. ... Fabian (born February 6, 1943) was an American teen idol of the late 1950s and early 1960s. ... Fred The Hammer Williamson (born March 5, 1938 in Gary, Indiana) is a former professional football player, a star defensive back in the AFL during the 1960s. ... Don Stroud Don Stroud (born 1 September 1943) is one of the most recognizable actors of the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. ...

1975 John Ericson (sometimes Erickson) (born Sep 25, 1926) in Düsseldorf, Germany is an actor and film and television star. ... Peter Lupus is an American bodybuilder and actor, born June 17, 1932. ... Christopher George in the 1966-1968 television series The Rat Patrol. ... The son of Canadian immigrants, Lou Zivkovich attended the University of Miami where he received a degree in Physical Education and English. ... Jim Brown (born February 17, 1936) is an American former professional football player who has also made his mark as an actor and social activist. ...

1976 Robert F. Prince (July 1, 1916 - June 10, 1985) was an American radio and television sportscaster and commentator best known for his 28-year stint as the voice of the Pittsburgh Pirates Major League Baseball club, with whom he earned the nickname “The Gunner” and became a Pittsburgh icon. ... John Gibson is a common name, shared by: John Gibson (sculptor) (1790-1866) - British sculptor John Gibson (Indiana) - Territorial Secretary of Indiana Territory Sir John Morison Gibson - Attorney-General of Ontario (1899-1904), appointed Lieutenant Governor of Ontario in 1908. ... Autographed picture of Sam J. Jones as Flash Gordon Sam J. Jones (born August 12, 1954 in Chicago, Illinois) is an American actor, often credited as Sam Jones. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... Steve Bond is a television actor and model. ...

  • 01 Jim Cavaretta
  • 02 Gary Earle
  • 03 Marc Rodriguez
  • 04 Dennis Ward
  • 05 Rock Pamplin
  • 06 Greg Hamilton
  • 07 Ron Yarbrough
  • 08 Greg Anderson
  • 09 Jim Lampier
  • 10 David White
  • 11 Beau Lawrence
  • 12 Ben Gallagher

1977 Dennis Ward (born in Australia) was a rugby league player for the Canterbury Bulldogs, Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles, New South Wales and for the Australian national team. ... Greg Anderson may refer to: Cadillac Anderson (born 1964), Gregory Wayne Cadillac Anderson, basketball player Greg Anderson (footballer) (born 1966), Australian rules footballer Greg Anderson (trainer) (born 1966), baseball trainer Greg Anderson (musician), member of Goatsnake This is a disambiguation page: a list of articles associated with the same title. ... David White can refer to a number of people. ...

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  • 02 Richard Lee Baney
  • 03 Greg Cuskelly
  • 04 Geoffrey Kane
  • 05 Steven Landen
  • 06 Tyler Horn
  • 07 Randy Laine
  • 08 Dan Delaney
  • 09 John Alexander
  • 10 Richard Burke Davis
  • 11 Paul Vonderlin
  • 12 Marc Gartman

1978 John Alexander may refer to: John Alexander VC (d. ... Marc Gartman is a singer-songwriter and film director based in New York City. ...

  • 01 Dennis Durrell
  • 02 Scott Dutton
  • 03 C. W. Mundy
  • 04 Brian Dawson
  • 05 Norbert Blecha
  • 06 Stephen D'Auria
  • 07 Michael Montelbano
  • 08 Jeremy Alves
  • 09 Stephen Taylor
  • 10 Lenny Thompson
  • 11 Howie Gordon
  • 12 Vaya

1979 According to Guinness Book of Records, Stephen Taylor of the United Kingdom currently holds the world record for the longest tongue. ... Richard Pacheco (born Howard Marc Gordon, May 5, 1948) is an American pornographic actor. ... Most experimental release by At The Drive-In, released 1999. ...

  • 01 Jesse Cutler
  • 02 David Grant, a.k.a. Clay Russell
  • 03 Bill Davidson
  • 04 Bob Blount
  • 05 John Pelico, Jr
  • 06 Ken DeRose
  • 07 Erik Hooper
  • 08 Edward Tombridge-Wells
  • 09 Brett Austin
  • 10 Peter Speach
  • 11 Greg Scott
  • 12 Grahame White

1980 Bill Bull Davidson, (ca. ... Brett William Austin (born May 26, 1959 in Otahuhu – died 1990) is a former breaststroke swimmer from New Zealand, who represented his native country at 1984 Summer Olympics. ... Greg Greggles Scott (born 6 March 1969 in Macclesfield, Cheshire) is an English television presenter. ...

  • 01 Geoff Minger
  • 02 Scott Daley
  • 03 Jerry Pedersoli
  • 04 Burl Chester
  • 05 Anthony Vacca
  • 06 Bill McAnally
  • 07 Steve Kolega
  • 08 Randy West
  • 09 Gene Carrier
  • 10 Stephen Drisdale
  • 11 Mark Taylor
  • 12 Terry Michael O'Neal

1981 People known as Mark Taylor include Mark Taylor (actor), Canadian television actor (Drop the Beat) Mark Taylor (broadcasting), publishing specialist and lover of mall punk Mark Taylor (choreographer), modern dance choreographer Mark Taylor (Columbine), Columbine High School massacre survivor Mark Taylor (cricketer), Australian cricketer Mark Taylor (driver), Indy Racing League...

  • 01 Jim Waldrop, a.k.a. J. W. King
  • 02 Rob Monroe
  • 03 Jean-Robert LeCocq
  • 04 Rick Hynes
  • 05 Joseph Spondike
  • 06 Jan Hilarius
  • 07 Antonio Contrelle
  • 08 Bryan Haines
  • 09 Geoff Helrich
  • 10 Tim Wenzel
  • 11 Ron Olund
  • 12 Jim Davis

1982 There are different notable people named Jim Davis: Jim Davis, the cartoonist of Garfield. ...

  • 01 Antonio Contrelle
  • 02 Ian Cochrane
  • 03 Demian Wolf
  • 04 Derek Tebo
  • 05 Mark Allan
  • 06 Jeff Wintemute
  • 07Scott Narhi
  • 08 Jimmy Wilson
  • 09 David Bates
  • 10 David Peters
  • 11 Bill Tunberg
  • 12 Ronnie Ortiz

1983 Ian Cochrane (November 7, 1941 - September 7, 2004) was a novelist and teacher. ... David Bates is a popular name. ...

  • 01 Jeff Wintemute, Man of the Year
  • 02 Frank Smith
  • 03 Brandon Court
  • 04 Daniel Egger
  • 05 Kevin Haslam
  • 06 David Van Brunt
  • 07 John Johnson
  • 08 Mike O'Grady
  • 09 Joe & John Benson
  • 10 Dennis Ogden
  • 11 Kory Wolf
  • 12 Joe Ingram

1984 Frank Smith can refer to: Frank Smith[1] (Born in 1968), a french radio producer and poet Sir Frank Smith (senator) (1822–1901), a Canadian Senator and Entrepreneur Sir Frank Edward Smith (1876–1970), physicist. ... There are multiple people named John Johnson: John Johnson ( c. ...

1985 Max Werner (born in 1953) was lead singer, drummer and percussionist of the Dutch Progressive Rock band Kayak. ... Ted Prior is an American actor, writer and producer for numerous television series episodes and some movies such as 24, The Hostage. ... Joe Davis, OBE (born 15 April 1901 in Whitwell, Derbyshire, England; died 10 July 1978 in Hampshire, England) was an English professional player of English billiards and later snooker. ... Stephen Scott (b. ... Scott Simon is the host of National Public Radios Weekend Edition Saturday. ...

  • 01 Steve Rally, Man of the Year
  • 02 Rob Schad
  • 03 Drew Hunter
  • 04 Mark Monty
  • 05 Pat Larkin
  • 06 Brian Buzzini
  • 07 Bobby Sands
  • 08 Mike Lee
  • 09 Michael Mitrano
  • 10 John Robert Falk
  • 11 Mario Tornabene
  • 12 Rhett Routley

1986 Brian Buzzini (born August 18, 1962 in Modesto, California) is a model and actor known for his extraordinary good looks. ... Jeff Quinn is an American porn star who appeared in several films that are now considered among the best of classic (pre-condom) gay and bisexual pornographic films. ...

1987 Brian Buzzini (born August 18, 1962 in Modesto, California) is a model and actor known for his extraordinary good looks. ... Daniel Pope Cook (1794-October 16, 1827) was a politician from the U.S. state of Illinois. ... Matt Clark (1967-1998) was a prolific short story writer and also the author of the novel, Hook Man Speaks. ... There are different people named Larry Young: Larry Young, a jazz organist. ... Geoff Thompson is a writer, teacher and self-defence expert. ...

  • 01 Phil Barone, Man of the Year
  • 02 Terrence Dineen
  • 03 Gene Garlock
  • 04 Jeff O'Haco
  • 05 William Wood
  • 06 Joe Colby
  • 07 Eric Bowman
  • 08 Jeff Ryan
  • 09 Byron Michaels
  • 10 Rod Jackson
  • 11 John Paul
  • 12 Frank Savino

1988 William Maxwell Wood (c. ... The name John Paul might refer to: The regnal name of two pontiffs: The Servant of God John Paul I (1912-1978). ...

  • 01 Lee Brian Reba
  • 02 Ken Alan
  • 03 Brian Andrews
  • 04 Robert Bijan
  • 05 Chad Austin
  • 06 Conroy Nelson
  • 07 Eric Howard
  • 08 David Salas
  • 09 Michael Shane
  • 10 Tony Tracy
  • 11 Doug Chapman
  • 12 Robert Walper

1989 Brian Andrews is an actor who has starred in movies and on television. ... Eric Howard is the Founder and Executive Director of the Fulbright Academy of Science and Technology, an international organization established by alumni of the prestigious Fulbright Exchange Program. ... Matthew Bentley, better known as Michael Shane, is an American professional wrestler, currently working for Total Nonstop Action. ...

1990 Ryan Idol is an American male pornographic actor (porn star) of the 1990s who performed in pornographic movies catering mainly to gay male audiences. ... This biography does not cite its references or sources. ... There are several people named Ben Graham: Ben Graham (born 1973), a former Australian football player and an American football player who currently plays for the New York Jets of the NFL. Benjamin Graham (1894-1976), the father of value investing. Benjamin S. Graham (1900-1960), the father of Paperwork... Eric Thompson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia /**/ @import /skins-1. ... Thomas Burgess was a first class cricketer who played one match for Yorkshire County Cricket Club against Essex in Harrogate in 1895. ...

1991 Glenn Brooks is an Ottawa City Councilor representing the rural ward that was the old Rideau Township. ... Robert Baker (born March 14, 1976 in Gainesville, Florida) is a receiver for the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League. ... This article or section does not cite any references or sources. ... Dirk Shafer is an American (born November 7, 1962 in Tuna, Texas) model, actor, screenwriter and director. ...

  • 01 Thom Collins
  • 02 Rafael Sant 'Angelo
  • 03 Damian Achilles
  • 04 Peter Romero
  • 05 Aaron Leif
  • 06 Keith Rivera
  • 07 Matt White
  • 08 Shaheed
  • 09 Axel Wolfe
  • 10 Joe Almeida
  • 11 Glenn Brown
  • 12 Danny Celaya
  • 13 Jon Carlos Londono

1992 Matt White can refer to several people: Matt White (singer), a music artist signed to Geffen Records Matthew J White minor league, a baseball player who is a left-handed pitcher and well-known for discovering valuable rocks on his property Matt White (cyclist), a professional cyclist Matt White (baseball... Historically, a martyr is a person who dies for his or her religious faith. ... Glenn Brown is a British artist and painter who was nominated for the Turner Prize in 2000. ... Steve Ryder or Steven Ryder is an American pornographic actor who appears in gay pornographic movies and magazines. ...

  • 01 Nick Stryker
  • 02 Charles Edmond
  • 03 Robert Johnston
  • 04 Kris Kayman
  • 05 John Simmonds
  • 06 James Arthur Parker
  • 07 Tom Burgess
  • 08 Don Nightingale
  • 09 Jim Bartling
  • 10 Joseph J. Pallister
  • 11 Derrick DeShá
  • 12 Michael Zirpoli
  • 13 Tom Marinelli

1993 Image:Grapplin dvd. ...

  • 01 Michael Maguire
  • 02 Kent Massich
  • 03 Danny Budak
  • 04 Terrence Dineen
  • 05 Edwin Serrano
  • 06 Steven Reinhardt
  • 07 Doug Koziak
  • 08 Drew Ricciardi
  • 09 Angelo Berrios
  • 10 Antonio Valentino
  • 11 Bernie Kellish
  • 12 Michael Shayne

1994

  • 01 Richard Lima
  • 02 Matt Mullen
  • 03 Greg Lane
  • 04 Jamie Bales
  • 05 Chris Carmen
  • 06 Mark Kleckner
  • 07 Shane Minor
  • 08 Rob Shanahan
  • 09 Stephen Kellar
  • 10 Derrick DeShá
  • 11 John Holliday
  • 12 Darren Fox

1995 Shane Minor (born May 3, 1968 in Modesto, California) was a former Mr. ...

  • 01 Gregg "Jax" Steele
  • 02 Vince Marino
  • 03 Michael George
  • 04 Alan Edwards
  • 05 Eddie Mallia
  • 06 Maurice Lawrence
  • 07 Jimmy Rogers
  • 08 Peter Steele
  • 09 Steven Olliver
  • 10 Marcello Morgili
  • 11 Lee McKinney, a.k.a. Derek Cameron
  • 12 Keith Munyon

1996

  • 01 Martin Squires
  • 02 Zoltan
  • 03 E.J. Curse
  • 04 Robert Forcelli
  • 05 John Morano
  • 06 Rick Gager
  • 07 Joe Wolfe
  • 08 James Hunter
  • 09 Jonathon Prandi
  • 10 Ronaldo Sanchez
  • 11 Cameron Warfield
  • 12 Derek DeLuis
  • 13 Shawn Michaels, a.k.a. Michael Hickenbottom

1997 This article is being considered for deletion in accordance with Wikipedias deletion policy. ...

  • 01 Doug Hale
  • 02 Orlando Navarette
  • 03 Timothy Bullock
  • 04 Claude Maguire
  • 05 Scott Mattran
  • 06 Andre Hebert
  • 07 Joseph Graham
  • 08 Gil London
  • 09 Kurtis Hogan
  • 10 Thom Bartholomew
  • 11 Scott Layne
  • 12 Carl Buffington

1998

  • 01 Frank Sepe
  • 02/03 Chris & Ryan Zaffino
  • 04 Rob Ashton
  • 05 Angel Ortiz
  • 06 Reid Hutchins
  • 07 Robert Monzi
  • 08 Gavin Hunter
  • 09 Byron Lorentz
  • 10 Steven Kay
  • 11 Tim Carlton
  • 12 Marco Washington

1999 Frank Sepe is an American bodybuilder and male model of Italian and German descent, born in Rosedale, New York on December 28, 1971. ...

  • 01 Michael Bonavita
  • 02 Oliver Kaposi
  • 03 Endre Csernek
  • 04 Eddie Leone
  • 05 Robert Anthony
  • 06 Bill Kitchener
  • 07 Ray Clark
  • 08 Shannon Fuller
  • 09 Mike Sodini
  • 10 Tibor Toth
  • 11 Bill Bixton
  • 12 Sean McNeill

2000

  • 01 Randy Savino
  • 02 Julian Rios
  • 03 Dave Dawson
  • 04 Jonathan Simms
  • 05 Christian Mosello
  • 06 Michael Morrow
  • 07 Jean-Michel Villette
  • 08 Jim Brasco
  • 09 Darnell Jones
  • 10 Chris Allen
  • 11 Alex Bento
  • 12 Marc Reina

2001 This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Wikipedia does not yet have an article with this exact name. ...

2002 Anthony Catanzaro (born December 18, 1970) is an American male fitness model, training consultant and bodybuilder. ... Talvin Demachio in The Selection 6 Talvin Demachio (Born August 2, 1971, Manassas, Virginia) is an American pornographic actor who appears in pornographic movies aimed at gay audiences. ... Brian Leo Bianchini (July 16, 1978 - March 16, 2004) was a male model. ...

  • 01 Todd Hunt
  • 02 Damian Idoeta
  • 03 Hernan Gonzalez
  • 04 Jamie Gabel
  • 05 Rodrigo Tejera
  • 06 Eduardo Saavedra
  • 07 John Brice
  • 08 Jimmie Cannon
  • 09 Mark Maes
  • 10 Shannon Fuller
  • 11 Creole Walker
  • 12 Chris Michaels

2003

  • 01 Daniel Jacob
  • 02 Endre Csernek
  • 03 Nicholas Wilson
  • 04 Lior Sahadya
  • 05 Scott Markey
  • 06 Scott Merritt
  • 07 Robert Michael
  • 08 John James
  • 09 Vincent Lombardi
  • 10 Brent Dupuis
  • 11 Pete
  • 12 Terrell Franklin

2004

  • 01 Nate Christianson
  • 02 Eric Zientek
  • 03 Alex Larose
  • 04 Will Jones
  • 05 Michael John
  • 06 Rick Dinihanian
  • 07 Ronnie Graham
  • 08 Fernando Macia
  • 09 Charles Dera
  • 10 Eric Gagnon
  • 11 Pete Maneos
  • 12 Dominic Vanier

2005 Nate Christianson (born February 1971) is a 62 American bodybuilder model who appeared on the cover of Playgirl magazine. ... Deras appearance as Playgirls Man of the Year Charles Dera (born December 21, 1978 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is an American model, Chippendales dancer and porn actor. ...

  • 01 Nick Ortiz
  • 02 Michael Meany
  • 03 Gianni Caputi
  • 04 Kevin Michaels, a.k.a. Kevin Talley
  • 05 Derrick Davenport
  • 06 David Rich
  • 07 Niko
  • 08 Breck Orshal
  • 09 Angelo Adams
  • 10 Benjamin Bulk
  • 11 James Buselli
  • 12 Vic Ripper

2006 Kevin Talley is an American death metal drummer. ... Promotional photo of Derrick Davenport Derrick Davenport (born January 14, 1984) is a popular American male model best known for being Playgirls Man of the Year in 2006 and for his striking features, muscular body and very large penis, supposedly 10. This after initially posing for the magazine in...

2007 Earren Magnum is an American actor, stripper, personal trainer and bartender who was a Playgirl cover model in 2006. ... The creator or main contributor to this page may have a conflict of interest with the subject of this article. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ...

  • 01 Chris Edgington
  • 02 Ryan Mackie
  • 03 Unknown
  • 04 Niko (currently an actor for Playgirl TV)

References

  1. ^ a b Michael Rowe, "Great Scott: After years of struggling with his sexuality, Playgirl centerfold Scott Merritt is coming all the way out. To his surprise, so is Playgirl," The Advocate, Issue 895, August 19, 2003. Also available here.
  2. ^ R. Thomas Umstead, "A 'Playgirl' for Adult TV," Multichannel News, November 17, 2003.
  3. ^ Simona Gherman, "Keith Urban's Sexy Secret," Softpedia, November 28, 2005.
  4. ^ a b Kara A. Medalis, "Vito's dress comes off for Playgirl," WWE.com, November 2, 2006. Also available here and here.
  5. ^ Richard A. Leit, Harrison G. Pope, Jr. and James J. Gray, "Cultural expectations of muscularity in men: The evolution of Playgirl centerfolds," International Journal of Eating Disorders, Vol. 29, Issue 1 (December 19, 2000), pp. 90-93.
  6. ^ Carl Schreck, "Playgirl's men are a cut above," St. Petersburg Times, Issue 978 (46), June 18, 2004.
  7. ^ Heartbreak & Triumph: The Shawn Michaels Story- p. 233
    • Singer Peter Steele claimed to regret posing nude for Playgirl when he was told only 23% of it's subscribers were female.

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