BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — November’s edition of Hustler magazine delves into Florida’s dark side, circa 1978, for an inside look at one of the most dangerous operations ever instigated by the feds.
The issue also offers an unpublished essay from the legendary Charles Bukowski who offers a gritty, powerful thriller about sex, desperation, TNT and two men on a terrifying mission.
In their columns, Hustler Publisher Larry Flynt insists that no one in our society is above the law in “Prosecute Our War Criminals,” TruthDig.com Robert Scheer celebrates the U.S. Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage in “Gays’ Big Day,” and bestselling author Ellen Brown decries Congress’s continued shortchanging of America’s passenger railroad in “Derailing Amtrak.”
The issue also includes “Cover Honey” Valentina Paradis, who rocks a 12-page centerfold spread, and gorgeous pictorials feature Lily Love, Capri Anderson, Tessa Taylor and Miko Dai.
November’s Hardcore Showcase spotlights the hot casts of “How to Bang Your Teacher” and “Just Jillian and Barely Legal: My Brand New Boobs,” and there’s a special six-page read featuring Hustler Video’s “Stepdaughter Orgy.”
Hustler's November issue is on newsstands Tuesday, Sept. 1.