Hugh Hefner, the founder of Playboy -- one of the most recognizable brands in the world -- has died.
They also featured more people of colour than other magazines.
He's survived by his wife and four children.
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"Sexy is not a size, sexy is not a skin colour and sexy is not a hair type."
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Mathers was not in court when her attorney entered the plea.
"It sounds a bit crazy that they would really go this far."
This marks her 14th Playboy cover.
The company wants to answer the question: "if you take nudity out, what's left?"
"My photos are meant to promote self love and show we are all the same. That with makeup anyone can transform."
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