The man behind active cultural movements and sexual freedom in America and the king of seduction Hugh Hefner died a peaceful and natural death at the age of 91 in his Playboy Mansion surrounded by his loved ones on 27th September 2017.
He literally started Playboy from his kitchen in Chicago quitting his job as a cartoonist and with an investment of $5000 gathered from investors which included his mother. An advocate of free speech and a champion of civil rights later went on to become the god of seduction and a true example of the extravaganza.
Many will remember his contributions as they are, he literally godfathered many struggling actresses and Playboy has given world some of the best writers of all times like Joseph Heller, Margaret Atwood, Norman Mailer alongside its cutting edge and controversial contents, it made King Hefner earn millions and made him one of the most celebrated men throughout the world.
Thousands of Parties were held in Holmby Hills mansion accommodating thousands of guests and the main attraction of the parties would be King Hefner himself. As he was always a bold and outgoing person he never thought for a second to push to the edges and break all taboos related to sex and freedom of speech.
Hef the womanizer's last wish was to be buried in a crypt he bought next to the grave of Marilyn Monroe in Los Angeles and it was for a reason. In 1953, nude picture of a nude Marilyn Monroe which he bought from a Callander company raised Playboy to success with its very first edition.
The magazine was sold out in no time, over the top he is a man who brought sex out on the dinner table and made it an accepted fact that everyone likes having sex whether its good girls or bad or its the father or the son. He will be remembered as a man who lived a fantasy and died even younger. The bunny man and the Casanova of Hollywood will always be remembered as the king of sexuality and will be a man that every rest of the men want to be.
We are sad at the news of his demise but at the same time, we do know he will never actually die even if the playboy stops publishing any issues. Whenever people discuss and jokes on sexuality on the dinner table, he will be surely remembered and thanked.