It would also not be a stretch to suggest that in 2017, women are being more aggressively subjugated to discriminatory legislation on both the state and federal levels. Our national body of lawmakers is overwhelmingly male, and they seek to regulate everything concerning women from abortion and birth control to maternity leave and equal pay.
Since its founding in 1963, PLAYBOY Magazine considers itself to be a longtime advocate of women's rights.
In 2012, PLAYBOY Founder HUGH HEFNER said;
“Today, in every instance of sexual rights falling under attack, you’ll find legislation forced into place by people who practice discrimination disguised as religious freedom. Moralists say that if sex doesn’t beget children, it’s a sin. Your sex life, your privacy rights and the rights of men and women everywhere are casualties of this belief…No one should have to subjugate their religious freedom, and no one should have their personal freedoms infringed.”
Understanding The HEF, meet ASHLEY WILKERSON, KEANNA AUBERT, MYSHALA'E JACKSON, and PAT LACEY; the CCG FABULOUS FOUR of 10 FEMINISTS On WHY THEY WORK For PLAYBOY:
ASHELY WILKERSON: VIBE SPECIALIST
MYSHALA'E JACKSON: HUMAN RESOURCES ASSISTANT
What feminism means to me: FE feeling M myself I in the N nude I is S so M magical.
PAT LACEY: PLAYMATE PROMOTIONS SPECIALIST