Meet the Playboy‚Äôs November Playmate:
‚ÄĒ Playboy (@Playboy) October 18, 2017
There‚Äôs no nudity at the link above. An excerpt:
Models are insecure, the same as everyone. We have bad days. We have good days too, of course, but we have help with hair, makeup, retouching and everything. The advice I have for girls is to chill. Don‚Äôt pressure yourself.¬†Embrace¬†yourself and be proud of who you are with your imperfections. It‚Äôs all in the mind, you know?
Um, this could be used as an argument against sex-reassignment surgery, but¬†¬Į\_(„ÉĄ)_/¬Į.
People have said that being transgender goes against the laws of nature, but they‚Äôre the same people who aren‚Äôt doing anything to¬†help¬†nature. If I want to get a sex change, it‚Äôs between myself and my body. I could hide it, but I don‚Äôt, because I respect people.
Well, we applaud the inclusion of global warming alarmism into the debate.
But before you make any ‚ÄúHugh Hefner must be rolling over in his grave‚ÄĚ jokes, this isn‚Äôt really a first for the magazine:
The first transgender woman to pose for Playboy was Tula in September 1991. pic.twitter.com/Xpl65HZaEU
‚ÄĒ Playboy (@Playboy) October 19, 2017
And here‚Äôs Hef‚Äôs son on his dad‚Äôs past activism:
Here's one story for those that aren't aware of the company's history in the LGBTQ+ space ‚Äď https://t.co/2ccMGV0MdX
‚ÄĒ Cooper Hefner (@cooperhefner) October 19, 2017
Exit question: Will Playboy actually treat Rau as they would any other monthly Playmate or is this sort of a Playmate-lite kind of deal?