Hustler's 43rd Anniversary Issue Puts 'Freedom First'
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — Hustler is celebrating its 43rd anniversary with a “bold, patriotic special embracing the theme freedom first.”
According to a representative, whether it be sexual freedom, religious freedom or freedom of speech, Hustler firmly believes that without putting freedom first, there can be no America first.
“The Hustler anniversary issue is an irreverent political statement against the taboos of repression,” said Larry Flynt, Hustler founder and chairman.
The company states its special collector’s issue honors activism and diversity. In addition to the current and classic layouts, the anniversary edition offers tips and steps on how to be an effective activist, and highlights Larry Flynt’s challenge to the mainstream press to report responsibly.
As an added bonus, Hustler gives readers a sneak peek inside brothel life with an expose on Nevada’s youngest madam. Then, the issue pays homage to Hustler’s history of firsts, from transgender layouts to pregnant nudes, as well as political parodies and cartoons.
The issue hits newsstands tomorrow. For more information, visit Hustler.com.