The Revelations About Hugh Hefner’s Behavior At The Playboy Mansion Get More And More Disturbing
When Hugh Hefner founded Playboy in 1953, the men’s lifestyle magazine was like nothing the publishing world had seen.
With an emphasis on both sex positivity and literature — Ray Bradbury’s “Fahrenheit 451” was serialized in the mag in 1954 — it wasn’t long before Playboy became a world-wide phenomenon.
For years, Hefner was something of a grand figure in popular culture: an inspiring man known for both his signature smoking jacket and his numerous young girlfriends. That’s all changing, though, and former Playboy Playmates are speaking out. Here’s how the revelations about Hugh Hefner’s behavior at the Playboy Mansion get more and more disturbing.