Post by Kiarra Sylvester.
From the first Playboy released in 1953, the magazine has made a notable reputation for itself as a symbol of sexiness -- dare I say, maybe even a symbol of sexual liberation. Fast-forward 63 years and it's still very much on-brand in that aspect, even after deciding to do away with full nude photos in 2015. While the magazine has never been one to shy away from diversity, it's quite possible that its 2016 Renegade series of women and men has taken diversity to a level so rare and so boundless that it's almost magical --- specifically its feature on Noor Tagouri, a 22-year-old Muslim woman from West Virginia.
For the first time in the magazine's over sixty-year history, Playboy will feature a woman wearing a hijab. It's not like you think.
For the first time, Playboy is featuring a woman wearing a hijab in its October issue.
Now that Playboy has officially stopped showing naked bodies, they're swinging the other direction by featuring their first Muslim woman wearing a hijab. Is Playboy becoming a feminist magazine? It's here! I'm honored to share that ...
Playboy will feature a woman wearing a hijab in its magazine for the first time in the publication’s 63-year history. Noor Tagouri, a 22-year-old journalist who works as an on-air reporter for Newsy, is part of the magazine’s Renega...