Larry Flynt: Upgrade Your Magazine Hiding Techniques

By: Aleyia Dixon - January 19, 2014

In the very near future, you won’t need to hide your Hustler magazines from Mommy Dearest or Dearest Wife; Larry Flynt, the number one most “Powerful Person in Porn” according to some, tells us in a CBS Sunday Morning Interview that Hustler magazine is on its way to the internet.

Flynt fought battles to keep Hustler alive in its early days (how many adult content mavericks can say that someone has tried to assassinate them?), and he doesn’t plan to abandon it, despite the fact that the magazine has dropped to below 100,000 issue purchases a month now.

With the virtually unlimited amount of adult content readily available for anyone with a click of a button these days, Flynt is rolling with the times and is only selling the magazine online starting next month. To be fair, most magazines are struggling with physical copy purchases– and most already have online versions of their magazine.

If there is any word to describe Larry Flynt, controversial has to be it. He is not as widely loved as his colleague Hugh Hefner, and the reasons might possibly be warranted. With the first issues of Hustler in 1974, the world had access to women portrayed in a bit less of a tasteful manner than Playboy. Possibly in attempts to separate himself from the 20-year-old magazine that had a monopoly on adult content, Flynt introduced the world to the first instances of a woman with an open vagina in a magazine. His decision to print nude pictures of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis purchased from the paparazzi certainly didn’t increase his popularity either.

Either way, Flynt continues to glide about in his gold-plated wheelchair taking advantage of his God-given American rights, and people will either love or hate it. The jury is out to determine if a large number of people worldwide suddenly become computer whizzes as they make sure to leave no virtual tracks of visiting the upcoming virtual Hustler magazine.

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  • Dwight Clark

    Its about time that somebody did something about these types of magazines! Gt’ them off of news stands, is a lot better than hav’n lil’ kids to see a woman’s naked body, even an opened vaginal area,
    whether it’s clean shaven/unshaven should no be put on newsstands! There’s no tell’n what thee mags’ll do to a kid grow’n up! Watch’n porno flix is 1 thing, bta kid look’n @ ter mags as well, that’ just too much!

    • ted nugent

      Dwight you’re gay huh?

  • harry johnson

    Mr.Flynt has the god given right to publish anything he wants to in his magazines reguardless if it’s a lady who is clean shaven, or a lady who may have the Amazon Rain Forest growing between her legs. He has the right to publish pictures of anyone in any position, if former first ladies don’t want to be photographed in the nude they should be more aware of their surroundings. Parents if you don’t want your children looking at Hustler, Barely Legal, Taboo, and other great reads like these. You should keep a better eye on your kids, and just because you don’t like what somebody does for a living doesn’t give you the right to shoot them.

    • W

      Way to go Harry