BEVERLY HILLS—A jaw-dropping photo spread of the Insane Clown Posse’s wild annual music festival, The Gathering of the Juggalos (“It’s five days of complete madness with no cops, no rules, every drug imaginable and a lot of nudity.”), and a look behind the scenes of Hustler Video’s This Ain’t Duck Dynasty XXX (“I have one line in the whole movie and then I get to fuck.”) take center stage in the April 2014 Hustler. Also in the issue arriving on newsstands Tuesday, January 21, are knockout comedienne April Macie (“Most men are confused about how your tits can be funny.”) discussing the fine art of the dick joke, and Mickey Avalon, the rapper who melts ladies’ hearts by singing about his cock (“It’s just me and I do what I do and luckily it worked out.”), telling how he went from street hustler to star.

Cover hottie Natalie Heart (“Sex is just better with an audience.”) heats up a 12-page centerfold spread, and additional sizzling pictorials feature Victoria Lynn (“Saturday sex is the best.”), Courtney Dillon (“Sometimes I’m trembling when I get naked in front of the camera.”), Brooklyn Chase (“All of my most memorable experiences have been on camera.”), porn superstar Alexis Texas and Hustler Video’s White House Orgy, starring Bonnie Rotten, Layton Benton, Megan Vaughn, Mia Gold and Claudia Valentine.

In “Cruel and All Too Usual,” Publisher Larry Flynt maintains that “Mandatory-minimum sentencing and three-strikes laws are a travesty of justice and a violation of our national principles.” In their columns, editor Robert Scheer commends two Congressmen seeking to limit data-scooping by the NSA, and syndicated columnist Nat Hentoff takes issue with President Obama’s counterterrorism strategy. 

Hustler is one of America’s most popular adult magazines. Based in Beverly Hills, California, it has been publishing monthly since July 1974.