To an outsider watching The Girls Next Door , life inside the Playboy Mansion seemed like a silicone-enhanced sorority or perhaps a silicone-enhanced Sister Wives. But to nobody's surprise, Mansion living had a seamy underbelly. Some of it wasn't pretty, but in our interview, Madison focused on the blonde and bouncy aspects and shared some outrageous beauty moments. Hair seems to be a big deal at the Mansion. How far did that go? All of the other girls wore extensions. But when a new girl auditioning for Playmate showed up with waist-length hair, I decided I would cut mine. I always loved Marilyn Monroe and the old-Hollywood look, so I used that as inspiration and went shorter.
10. Shanna Moakler
Fast forward to today and the empire has expanded to encompass much of the world, publishing in just about every medium. Some of the Playmates have been famous simply for their physical beauty, others for their career and still others for their shenanigans in the media. Better known as a bustier version of Marilyn Monroe, February Playmate Jayne Mansfield was also considered a sex symbol in the 50s and 60s. With a self-deprecating wit, she knew that she was popular due to her ample chest assets and made sure that she was the center of attention because of them. Enjoying a film, TV and music career, her life was cut short at the age of 34 after a car crash. Coincidentally, every semi-tractor and trailer is required to have an underride guard, named the Mansfield guard, due to the fact that she was partially decapitated in the car accident.
9. Jayne Mansfield
Miss March sports a Miley Cyrus style mohawk. A surprising number of scholarly studies have tracked the changing measurements, ages, and races of Playmates as a way of studying societal shifts in what we consider beautiful. While the gentlemen's magazine has broken many cultural barriers, such as featuring African American models during the height of the race wars, Playboy tends to pick Playmates who embody more conservative hallmarks of beauty. In general, most Playmates could be described as curvy fashion models—Victoria Secret-types as opposed to waif-thin runway models. Despite the recent popularity of tattoos and piercings, Playboy rarely features women who have anything more extreme than a naval piercing or a tattoo that is much larger than a sticker.
These are nice people. Sorry, you can't reply to this topic. Mormonism is a big thing for those who follow the faith, so Sundays and the occasional event depending on how much she does extra might distract her. The misogyny is deep in the Mormon church.