Like Hefner and Crystal Harris, they will be married surrounded by family and friends.
From the beginning they wanted their publications to defend the rights of artists, freedom of the mind, freedom of the press and the right to publish sexually explicit content.
But the concept of a homonormative society invites all sorts of other, less obvious questions, paramount among them being the logistics of procreation and gender roles.
With the decline of print journalism, magazines have been folding right and left. The demise of the print edition of Newsweek and ...
Some women wear wigs to go with different outfits; I have bras of different sizes and shapes to go with my wardrobe and boob moods
"He clearly coarsened American sensibilities," Alan M. Dershowitz is quoted as saying about Al Goldstein, in today's front page Times obit of the infa...
Kurt Vonnegut taught me a lot. Joe Heller, too. They taught me the value of friendship by sharing their hearts when they offered me the opportunity to...
I'm not sure I remember the first time I saw a book simply titled I Paint What I See by Gahan Wilson but I know once I did, I could never get it out of my head even today.
When Penthouse publisher Bob Guccione died on October 10, 2010, the obituaries dwelled on him as pornographer. That got the attention of filmmaker, Ba...
"If you talk to young men, their girlfriend is pursuing a career, their sister is pursuing a career and there's a good chance their mother did as well. That makes a huge difference, especially in board positions."
Since Gates appears to be in confession mode, I feel it's time for him to wipe the slate clean.
How many readers would associate Ayn Rand with a sense of humor? Knowing the somewhat harsh persona she projected, would anyone even believe my story?
In a way you can't fault underfunded New York City Opera general manager and artistic director George Steel for scheduling Anna Nicole, now at BAM, as the opening for what could be the revamped company's swan-song season.
Miley may think she is a bursting out of chrysalis right about now. But I think she is wrapping herself up in silk as I type. Forming a cocoon of lies and falsehoods of youthfulness and indiscretion. And you know what, this is so cool. More power to her.
Since sexual shock and awe is getting harder to pull off, maybe its time women in rock shifted back to taking more power away from the guys in other ways.
The fact that porn has become such a punchline in our culture -- something that is joked about in mainstream humor as a signifier for all that is horny, male and, often, lower-class -- is hard to believe, from the perspective of the social history captured in Lovelace.