BEVERLY HILLS—Career fornicator Kristina Rose ("Have fun until you die") shows how to get the most bang for your buck in "69 Ways to Spend Your Anal Money," and in "Smut Fair Confidential," underground photographer Nate "Igor" Smith slips behind the posing red-carpet façade of the annual AVN Adult Entertainment Expo to expose a naked, drunken world of marginal mayhem in the August 2013 issue of Hustler, hitting the street on Tuesday, May 14.

In "Don't Tread On Us," snake-revering scholar Peter Kuznick, coauthor (with Oliver Stone) of the landmark book and TV series The Untold History of the United States, resuscitates the true America ("What we're trying to do is to save America from its dark side by illuminating the ways the United States has not lived up to its ideals."). In "Rooney vs. Noomi," Hustler takes a look at both screen sirens who played The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo to see which one has the more boner-inducing body of work. And, in "Bobbie Brown's American Pie," the babe in Warrant's Cherry Pie video chats about dating rock stars and going full circle as a reality-show cougar ("The bands had a system. They called it a 'Pussy Pass.' If the girl's backstage pass had a P on it, she blew everybody just to get backstage.").

Hustler Honey Sophia Knight ("I'd never considered posing nude before, but now it's my job, and I love doing it.") is August's centerfold Coverbabe.  Steamy pictorials also feature Madison Morgan ("I'd like to fuck in an amusement park."), Megan Salinas ("Sometimes I fantasize about being rescued from a burning house by a burly firefighter. Maybe there would be just enough time for him to ravish me on the floor before the walls fell in."), Candice Luca ("I love beautiful smiles and nice asses.") and Vanessa Cage ("I'm insanely horny. Fucking is considered exercise, isn't it?"). The "Girls of Twitter" features knockout networker Xena Kai, and, in "Asian Deep Dish Orgy," feast your eyes on pizzeria poontang! 

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

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