The first no-nude 'Playboy' features Dree Hemingway as its Miss March, and you can see her butt.

The first no-nude 'Playboy' features Dree Hemingway as its Miss March, and you can see her butt.
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Remember how Playboy announced last year that it would be dropping nude photos from its magazine and website? It finally followed through today, publishing its first PG-13 issue since it debuted in 1953 with a centerfold of a topless Marilyn Monroe. What does that mean in frank terms? Boobs and privates are out, butts are still A-OK.

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The new centerfold model—actress Dree Hemingway, Ernest's great-granddaughter—still appears naked in the gorgeous, racy images, but with arms and legs artfully arranged to, um, keep something to the imagination. In a few images, her bottom is visible, but nothing more. (Sorry that news outlets are breaking this down so explicitly, Hemingway, but your body is officially newsworthy!)

The images of Hemingway are apparently un-retouched, so at very least Playboy is still upholding its ideal of making other women feel inadequate. 

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