In The New Hustler: Road-Tripping With Stoya & The Joys Of Toys

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.—Those who check out the latest issue of Hustler can meet a fearless stand-up comedian who's fond of magic mushrooms and—a good Holocaust joke? Fresh off his two-part Netflix special Double Negative, Ari Shaffir tells Hustler readers how Pauly Shore improved his sex life, not to mention the lighter side of shitting yourself. Beyond that, what’s more American than roadside tourist attractions and full-frontal nudity? Readers will be able to follow along with alt-erotic star Stoya on a nostalgic cross-country adventure with a lensman and two ornery cats.

Abigail Mac graces this month’s cover along with a gorgeous 12-page centerfold spread with additional layouts featuring Izabella, Omorose, Zoey Monroe, Anya Olsen and more. Plus, October 2017 Cover Honey Lana Rhoades returns to fulfill all of her dirtiest desires in “Lana Rhoades’ Filthy Fantasies,” and Magnus Sullivan offers the ultimate guide to male masturbation in an excerpt from his new book Better By the Hand.

Also in the March issue: In his "Publisher’s Statement," Larry Flynt blasts Trump’s new tax cuts as “smoke and mirrors,” noting, “when corporations and the wealthy have received a windfall… they have not invested the money in business expansion and job creation, as the GOP propaganda would have us believe.” He then calls out members of the President’s administration named in the Paradise Papers for parking their money in offshore tax shelters. “Now Trump wants to give these champion tax dodgers another big break,” Flynt adds before warning, “He’s made an art out of swindling the contractors and students, and now he’s about to swindle the whole middle class again with his fake populism.”

Hustler is one of America’s most popular adult magazines. Based in Beverly Hills, California, it has published monthly since July 1974 and continues to deliver the most naked pages of any adult publication available today.