In the beginning there was nothing, then came Playboy.
First edition of the revealing magazine was created by Hugh Hefner in the 1950s in the United States.
In Brazil, the first issue came out in August 1975, A Revista do Homem (Men’s Magazine), as military dictators censorship will only allow local names. The magazine was allowed to use its trademark name only as of 1980.
The Brazilian issue will follow the guidelines of mother mag such as the monthly interview, the 20 Questions interview and the blazing centerfold featuring the “Miss of the month”.
But the Brazilian edition has its own beauties, such as Coelhinhas (Bunnies), featuring a rather unknown models photographed by freelance photographers , and Click, which features candid pictures of celebrities in revealing positions.
Playboy Brazil is also focusing on local celebrities, the chocolate stars, with special emphasis on soccer star.
Playboy is viewed as the golden standard of nude magazines in Brazil.
Catfight is a term for an altercation between two women, typically involving scratching, slapping, hair-pulling, and shirt-shredding as opposed to punching or wrestling.
Larissa appeared topless and wet on Venzuela’s top man magazine “Mas”. It’s a much different photo from the immortal 3D pics of playboy Brazil.
She lashed against Zunny Castiñeira the beauty model of Brazil and other Paraguay models, pointing to superior international presence and global fans circles. We are looking forward for more catfights.
Larissa also said that she has her eyes on Hollywood.