Hustler's Special 40th Anniversary Issue on Newsstands June 10

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.—Duke University's most scandalous pupil, Belle Knox, reveals all in a ten-page pictorial and in-depth interview (“The first porn video I ever watched was a bunch of girls getting fingered in an orgy. I remember how it made my vagina really wet.”) in the Hustler Special 40th Anniversary Collector’s Edition, which will hit newsstands next Tuesday, June 10.

Porn favorite Jessie Andrews (“One day I’d like to have sex in space.”) and Anniversary Coverhoney Scarlet Red (“Here’s how I got my name: I turn a bright scarlet red when I orgasm.”) also sizzle in their own multi-page photo spreads, as does newcomer Nici (“To celebrate 40 years of patriotism and pussy, I’ve decked myself out in red, white and blue to show my pink.”)

In “Larry Shock,” former longtime Hustler Editor Bruce David takes an ultimate and unvarnished insider’s look at the turbulent rise of living legend Larry Flynt and his notorious brainchild. The stimulating timeline “Erecting an Icon” covers 40 years of sex and defiance, featuring rare photos, raunchy insider accounts and classic pink. L.A.’s dopest attorney Allison Margolin delivers a heartfelt ode to Larry Flynt’s legal odyssey and what it means to workaday defenders in “Sleaze, Legalese & How to Hustle the Court.” And ballsy activist Kai Newkirk, who disrupted the U.S. Supreme Court in the name of democracy—and was promptly dragged out—tells his story in “Why I Did It.” Veteran Hustler Beaver Hunter Morgen “Tex” Hagen offers a ribald tale on turning the dirty obsessions of youth into a “Neverending Panty Raid.” One of porn’s filthiest ex-stars recounts the time Hustler outed her assf*ck activities to her Bible-thumping family in “White Trash Whore,” and “XXXTreme Satisfaction” showcases hot scenes from 15 years of Hustler hardcore.

In their monthly columns, Publisher Larry Flynt reflects on “Four Decades of Defiance,” editor Robert Scheer remembers disgraced Charles Keating in “Mr. Indecency,” and syndicated columnist Nat Hentoff details “Why I Dig Being in Hustler.”

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

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