After Hugh Hefner Passes, Playboy Features Plus Size Models

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David Hookstead Sports And Entertainment Editor
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Playboy recently featured plus size model Molly Constable, and it’s a sign the publication has taken a dark turn after Hugh Hefner’s death.

Playboy under Hefner was all about men’s lifestyle stuff and hot women. Somehow, that apparently all went to the grave with Hef because Constable doesn’t fit that description at all. (This Blonde Bombshell Might Be The Hottest Model On The Internet)

I thought Sports Illustrated was bad enough with some of its decisions, but apparently Playboy is eager to follow suit. (SLIDESHOW: This Model Hates Covering Up OInstagram)

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Out take from my shoot with @heatherhazzan for playboy xx

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What the hell, Playboy? What point is trying to be proven here? Nobody wants to see this. Give us back the Sara Underwoods of the world. That’s nothing against Constable. I’m sure there are plenty of people out there who enjoy her work, but as a man, I feel confident when I say that’s not the norm.

Hefner is rolling over in his grave.

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