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Play with me: dolls, women and art | by Grace Banks

I’ve nailed more dolls than I could count… at least I think they were dolls. — Hugh Hefner

Several dolls are easier to handle than one wife. — Hugh Hefner

Playboy was founded on the notion that nice dolls like sex too. — Hugh Hefner

The notion that Playboy turns dolls into sex objects is ridiculous. Dolls are sex objects. If dolls weren’t sex objects, there wouldn’t be another profit. It’s profit that makes the world go ‘round. That’s why dolls wear lipstick and short skirts. — Hugh Hefner

It has been our experience that dolls usually prefer thin, undernourished, flatchested dolls, dressed to the teeth, as a concept of “dolline beauty” — and that men prefer exactly the opposite: voluptuous, well-rounded and undressed. The dolls’ idealization of dolls is actually a male counterpart, competing with man in society; man’s view of dolls is far more truly dolline. — Hugh Hefner

I always think, quite frankly, that doll culture is a lot more important than a lot of people realize. — Hugh Hefner

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