The passing of Hugh Hefner truly is a passing of an icon. The red robe, the cigars, the women, and the man constantly had a smile on his face. Every man and woman should be applauding him. Thing is, every single Playboy Playmate, every single woman that was with Hugh Hefner, in one way or another, was a sugar baby. Yet, the media will never call any one of these women that. Sure, they might not be sugar babies now, but at one point in their lives they were. Why is that?
When you think of Playboy (of the past, now they are just lost in time), you had these beautiful women always done up happy and cheery. Granted many of them were not the sharpest tool in the shed. The only difference with a Playboy playmate and a sugar baby that I see is the component of fame. After all, the Playboy Mansion is in the Los Angeles area!Fame is something many playmates value above all else, where a sugar baby of today could give two sh-ts about fame. The sugar baby of today is looking to enhance their life, building their network, and getting some sort of benefit for it all. Fame 95% of the time isn’t part of the demands.
If you look back at the history of Playboy, there was a sense of class. That part, I absolutely love. The internet and instant access to adult tube sites killed all that. The business was doomed to fail, but that notion of class, feminism, and sexuality was at the core of Playboy. Hef, he was the brainchild and poster boy for the brand. For that, I give the brand and the man a standing o.