November 2019

Featuring Lana Rhoades

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Erecting an Icon

Forty fucking years! As HUSTLER hits its ruby anniversary, we look back at nearly half a century of sex, insanity and the American Dream. Lock up your daughters and hang on tight.

1974: The first issue of HUSTLER hits newsstands. Relatively soft at first, it will soon be the most explicit mag on the market.

1975: Presidential Pussy! HUSTLER publishes nude photos of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis in the August issue. Sales skyrocket.

1975: The December issue features the interracial spread “Butch: A Black Stud and his Georgia Peach,” outraging and arousing America’s racists.

1976: Beaver Hunt debuts in the July issue, a milestone event in America’s bicentennial year.

1978: Not long after saying he’s a born-again Christian, Larry Flynt is gunned down in Georgia. The self-confessed shooter later says he was enraged by HUSTLER’s embrace of interracial sex.

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