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No more no-nudity clause for Playboy, says Connor Hefner, 90-year-old Hugh Hefner's 25-year-old son, who became chief creative officer in October. “I’ll be the first to admit the way in which the magazine portrayed nudity was dated, but removing it entirely was a mistake,” C. Hef tweeted on Monday. 

See his full message below:

Playboy's October 2015 decision to kill nude photos in the magazine, which debuted in 1953, stemmed from the internet rendering the mag's primary draw obsolescent. “You’re now one click away from every sex act imaginable for free," CEO Scott Flanders told the New York Times. "And so it’s just passé at this juncture.” Seven months later, he exited the company.

Playboy's "nude photos are back!!!" issue—er, their "Nudity Is Normal" issue—features Elizabeth Elam as Miss March 2017. The cover lines boast a Scarlett Byrne article called "Free the Nipple," a Playboy Interview with Scarlett Johansson and a Run the Jewels feature. Have a look at the full cover:

"The new issue displays breasts and butts, but not full frontal nudity that had typified the earlier incarnation," writes Page Six. They also report that there have been a number of key staff shakeups in recent months.

Watch former Playboy model Kendra Wilkinson show Fuse the proper selfie etiquette: