Female bodybuilders pose nude for Playboy

Bodybuilders pose naked for Playboy, a magazine that features nude photos of the models.

The women, all of whom are in their early 30s, are dressed in skimpy clothing, with their legs exposed and their faces hidden behind sunglasses.

The images are the latest addition to Playboy’s series, which is a tribute to the magazine’s founder Hugh Hefner.

The Playboy model who posed nude for the magazine in 2017 told ABC News she didn’t know the significance of the nude photos until the magazine posted them online.

“I thought it was a very cute, sexy, funny photo and that was it,” said the model, who asked not to be identified.

“It was really fun to look at.”

In addition to the Playboy photos, the magazine also featured nude photos and a video featuring nude models in Playboy clubs in the 1990s.

The models are now in their 30s and 40s.

Playboy has since removed all the nude images and videos from its website.

The magazines website also said in a statement it was reviewing its policies and procedures.

“In light of recent news about nude photos being shared by celebrities online, we have removed all online content that has been posted on the website and have launched a review process to identify the individuals involved and determine whether they should be removed from the website,” it said.

The website also asked women who have been photographed nude to remove themselves from the picture.

Playboy’s director of media relations said he believed the photos had been published as part of a stunt.

“There are some nude photos that we have published in Playboy that we believe are being released as part a stunt,” Gary Mancuso said.

“They have to be removed.”

‘They didn’t tell us’ The model said she had been contacted by Playboy in January about posing nude.

She told the publication she had asked for nude shots, but had not been offered any.

“When I asked, they didn’t give me any information about the photos,” she said.

But she said she did find out she had a modelling contract with Playboy.

“We got a message from a male model that said, ‘Well, you’re the one who has done the photo shoots for Playboy and you’re doing this nude photo shoot for Playboy.'”

She said she was surprised.

“He didn’t have any idea what I was doing and he didn’t say anything,” she told ABC.

“At the time I didn’t understand why someone would do something like that.”

The model did not feel threatened.

“That’s not the reason they were taking pictures, it was just because I was the only model that was available,” she explained.

“This is a very private thing.

She said Playboy had a very strict policy against revealing photos of its models. “

For me, I feel like they didn [need to] tell me that because it was such a private thing.”

She said Playboy had a very strict policy against revealing photos of its models.

“If they would ask me to take a photo, I wouldn’t do it.

If they would put me in the camera, I would not put myself in the photo,” she added.

I don. “

So for them to do that, I don’t know.

I don.

‘No sexual contact’ Playboy is owned by Condé Nast, the world’s largest publisher of glossy magazines. “

To have someone else do it to you in a public place, I’m really disappointed, especially if they didn ‘t tell us that before.”

‘No sexual contact’ Playboy is owned by Condé Nast, the world’s largest publisher of glossy magazines.

It has also owned a range of women’s magazines including Cosmopolitan, Vogue and Elle.

The model was contacted by the magazine but said she could not discuss her relationship with the magazine.

“No, it’s just not what I want to talk about,” she admitted.

“Like, you know, you can tell us.

But if you have to tell us, then no, it won’t be OK.”

She did not reveal any of the photos or videos she took while posing nude for nude photos.