The Rabbi and the Centerfold, Part 2

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SB: Right, so it's pretty sad that they would say that. It's pretty sad that they feel so broken that they have to give their husbands Playboy.

LV: Yeah. I mean, but if they can control it and that makes them feel better--

SB: What if they control it by saying to their husbands, you know, look, I know you need other women and all that, so--and I know that even the pictures aren't enough for you, and I don't want you to have an affair without my knowledge. I don't want you to lie to me. So I'm going to get you a woman on the side...

LV: I don't know [about] having sex, but I know that in my previous relationships, I've always been like, "Be open with me. If you want to see another woman, then tell me. Just tell me. And you know, if you're going to be with another woman and I can't be with you, then that's for me to decide." But I mean, in my relationships, my boyfriends and I have always been honest. You want to be with another person, fine. [But] if you want to have a threesome, don't ask me.

A Playmate's Perceptions
Nervous about talking to her rabbi
On being the object of men's fantasies
Why she said yes to being a Playmate
Does nudity undermine female dignity?
"The men who write to me"
Her views on other Playmates
Comparing herself to Monica

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