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Hustler Jan 1975
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Hustler January 1975

Features
Chuck Traynor interviewed by Hustler
Introducing Honey Hooker
Death On The Installment Plan
Santa's Luscious Jolly Helpers

 


Hustler Feb 1975
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Hustler February 1975

Features
Covergirl & Honey of the Month Centerfold Marcia Photographed by Hustler
Super Fantasy
The Jolly Gigolo
The Girl Who Knew
Robert Redford interviewed by R. Allen Leider
Interview: Stripper Blaze Starr

 


Hustler Mar 1975
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Hustler March 1975

Features
Honey of the Month is Michelle
Brigitte is a Nude Danish Pastry
Profile: Dick Drost And His Naked City
Some New Faces in the Oldest Profession
Our Elegant Victoria is Sheer Pleasure
Jerry Damiano interviewed by James Martin

 


Hustler Apr 1975
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Hustler April 1975

Features
Honey of the Month is Lolita photographed by John Kirk
Sodom and Gomorrah: The Story Behind the Porn Flic
Profile: Harry Reems Lets it All Hang Out
Kinky Korner & Porn Review
Jara Likes 'em the Bigger the Better
Art & Jim Mitchell interviewed by Charles A. Fracchia

 


Hustler May 1975
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Hustler May 1975

Features
Covergirl Rose Photographed by Ralph Hampton
Plus: More Skin!
Love In The Afternoon
Kinky Korner
Jody Maxwell interviewed by Larry Flynt
Profile: Bette Midler "Trash With Flash"

 


Hustler Jun 1975
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Hustler June 1975

Features
Covergirl Chloe Photographed by Tony Currin
Paul Williams Profile: Midget Makes Good
Centerfold Honey is Bonita
Final Exam by William Garvin
Weird Harold interviewed by Ron Offen
Al Goldstein's Smut Machine

 


Hustler Jul 1975
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Hustler July 1975

Features
Covergirl Cartoon Photographed by
Plus: First Life-Size Centerfold
Also: Pictorial Review Of Hustler's Best
Kinky Korner
Larry Flynt interviewed by Chris Paul & Michael Foldes
Profile: Bernie Cornfeld Con-Man Or Saint

 


Hustler Aug 1975
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Hustler August 1975

Features
Covergirl Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Photographed by
Marc Stevens Porn's "10 1/2"
Tom T. Hall: Anything But Country
Marilyn: All Things Being Equal
Exclusive! Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Nude

 


Hustler Sep 1975
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Hustler September 1975

Features
Me Jane: Jungle Pussy
Kathy Keeton: 50 Year-Old Centerspread
George C. Wallace: Fighting for the Big One
Mitsy: A Girl with Juicy Secrets

 


Hustler Oct 1975
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Hustler October 1975

Features
Polygamist Alexander Joseph's Life With 13 Wives
Lt. Rusty Calley - Where To From My Lai?
X-Rated Movie Reviews
Astrological Guide To Sex & Money

 


Hustler Nov 1975
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Hustler November 1975

Features
Joe Conforte: Nevada's Brothel King
Jimmy Hoffa's Last Stand
A Bondage Pictorial
Dildo Humor & Sex In Politics

 


Hustler Dec 1975
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Hustler December 1975

Features
Exclusive Interview: Herald Fahringer America's Top Lawyer Defends Sexual Freedom
Butch Williams Challenger To Johnny Holmes Penile Primacy
Closet Czar Of Porn Steps Out
Butch: A Black Stud & His Georgia Peach. This pictorial caused Joseph Paul Franklin to shoot Larry Flynt
How To Seduce A Virgin

 

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In March 1972, Larry Flynt created the Hustler Newsletter, a four-page, black-and-white publication of information about his Hustler clubs. This item became so popular with his customers that by May 1972 he expanded the Hustler Newsletter to 16 pages and in August 1973, to 32 pages.

As a result of the 1973 oil crisis the United States entered an economic recession; Hustler Club customers tightened their spending and Flynt had to find financing to pay his debts or go bankrupt. He decided to turn the Hustler Newsletter into a national sexually explicit magazine. He paid the start-up costs of the new magazine using sales taxes collected in the clubs. In July 1974, the first issue of Hustler was published.

Although the first few issues went largely unnoticed, within a year it became highly lucrative and he was able to pay his tax debts. In November 1974, Hustler showed the first "pink-shots," or photos of open vaginas.

Flynt had to fight to publish each issue as many people, including his distribution company, found the magazine too sexually explicit and threatened to have it removed from the market. Shortly thereafter, Flynt was approached by a paparazzo who had taken nude pictures of former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis while she was sunbathing on vacation in 1971. He purchased them for $18,000 and published them in the August 1975 issue. That issue attracted widespread attention, and one million copies were sold within a few days. Now a millionaire, he bought a $375,000 (1976 dollars) mansion.

Hustler has long had a left-wing editorial policy on economics, foreign policy, and social issues. This distinguishes it somewhat from other pornographic magazines, which generally embrace progressive ideas about free speech and morality issues, but remain conservative, libertarian, or neutral on other matters such as the economy. Flynt and Hustler are also noted for having a more populist and working-class outlook than the more upscale-oriented Playboy and Penthouse. Throughout the 1980s, Flynt used his magazine as a podium with which to launch vitriolic, obscenity-laden attacks on the Reagan Administration and the Religious Right, and even published a short-lived political magazine called Rebel. During the controversy surrounding Bill Clinton's impeachment, Flynt publicly announced his sympathy for Clinton, and offered cash rewards to anyone with information regarding sexual impropriety on the part of the president's critics. In 2003, Flynt ran unsuccessfully for the office of Governor of California during that state's recall election.

Every month Hustler is mailed, uninvited and for free, to the office of each member of the United States Congress. This practice began at some point between 1974 and 1983, and it continues today. In an interview, Flynt explained, "I felt that they should be informed with what's going on in the rest of the world ... Some of them didn't appreciate it much. I haven't had any plans to quit."

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