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Story Hour with Bridget Phetasy is a segment where Bridget reminisces with cousin Maggie and tells stories explaining who she is and how she got here. Full transcript available here: WiW47-AccidentalPundit-Transcript This week Bridget covers how she went from being the Playboy Advisor to an accidental pundit on Ben Shapiro’s Election Special. She can trace […]

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Josh Schollmeyer, co-founder, and editor of MEL magazine, talks with Bridget about the meaning of modern masculinity in a changing world, constructively channeling your rage, and how kids movies are more traumatizing for children than adult movies. They also cover Josh’s years working in a lumber yard to learn the value of hard work, how […]

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Liz Wolfe, managing editor for The Federalist and part-time editor for Reason, has an in-depth discussion with Bridget about why she thought college was a huge waste of money and wanted to drop out, how she managed to get her degree in two years, and the fact that most people have no understanding of the […]

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Art Tavana is a conservative, libertarian columnist at Playboy and contributor at National Review. An Armenian refugee from Iran, Art talks about how Michael J. Fox as Alex P. Keaton on Family Ties indoctrinated him as a conservative early in life and why being a conservative writing for Playboy is only okay because he’s a […]

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Contributor Post Created with Sketch. The Left Inadvertently Destroyed Playboy Magazine

 
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“Moral values, and a culture and a religion — maintaining these values are far better than laws and regulation.” — Swami Sivananda 

Playboy Magazine announced to its readers (viewers?) that they will no longer publish nude photos of women. While the announcement states that “times have changed,” Playboy’s CEO Scott Flanders made a more detailed comment to the New York Times about what exactly changed with time: taste. He conceded that Americans now have a taste for things more lurid and graphic:

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