LOS ANGELES — The July issue of Hustler magazine features a “Naked Kick on Route 66” photo essay, sex advice for men and a homage to the 38th anniversary of “Beaver Hunt.”
“Photographer Nate ‘Igor’ Smith travels America’s Main Street in search of true-blue beauties with a patriotic streak (‘Roadside attractions and public nudity: The American Dream’) and Harvard professor Abraham Morgentaler, M.D. — researcher, therapist and author of Why Men Fake It: The Totally Unexpected Truth About Men and Sex — blasts the cliché of guys as selfish, hump-crazed Neanderthals (‘Men are admirable, even noble, because they care about their partner more than themselves and get their sense of masculinity through the eyes of their partner’) in the July 2014 issue of HUSTLER magazine,” the company says in a press release.
The new edition hitting newsstands on April 15, also celebrates the 38th anniversary of “Beaver Hunt” with a variety of girls-next-door in their birthday suits. And in “Ass from the Past,” the hardcore photo-comic propels a pair into the future to explore how our great land is being “stripped” of opportunity.
Featuring Bailey on the cover, the magazine also includes pictorials of Phoebe, Skylar Leigh, Ayumi and Annisa Kate.
“Hardcore Showcase” features scenes from new video releases Girl-on-Girl Milk, Thor XXX and Swappers, and there’s a seven-page look at HUSTLER Video’s This Ain’t Boardwalk Empire XXX.
In their columns, HUSTLER Publisher Larry Flynt calls on America to tackle its No. 1 problem — education; Truthdig.com editor Robert Scheer argues that the war on terror does not require torching the Constitution; and investigative journalist Brad Friedman details how politicians are keeping sick Americans from being treated.