BEVERLY HILLS—Victoria James, the former English teacher booted out of a Florida high school for modeling swimsuits, graces the cover and indulges her inner Lolita (“If getting naked betters my life, that’s a positive thing for me.”) in a spectacular 14-page spread in the March, 2014 Hustler. Also in the issue hitting newsstands on December 24, down ‘n’ dirty diva Margaret Cho outs herself as a gung-ho bed-hopper open to all sexes—and bodily fluids (“I get pee shy, and then I push and push to pee, and then I fart. It’s so embarrassing.”). In “Stoya Does the Subway,” Gonzo photographer Nate “Igor” Smith captures the impulsive porn goddess pulling off late-night acrobatics in the bowels of NYC, and, in “I’m a Clever, Cunning Prick,” the deathbed rant of The Runaways' mastermind Kim Fowley is captured in a Keith Valcourt interview that no one else could print (“I do more than eat pussy. Like Larry Flynt, I have other skills.”). In “Scandal Siren Lynsie Lee,” the Oregon stripper gives the full show-and-tell on how Cory Booker became her Twitter crush (“I want to be f*#ked by a police officer in the back of his squad car.”).
Sizzling pictorials in March feature the bedside manner of Kenze Thomas (“I like guys who aren’t afraid to say what they want.”), the irresistible Connie Carter (“I love to watch a man’s eyes when I strip naked, slowly revealing every inch.”) and the sex drive of Jessi June (“I once had sex while speeding down I-95 in Miami at 75 mph. It was amazing!”). Hardcore Showcase features Hustler Video’s “All New Hot Showers,” and pix and sex tips from porn stars Asa Akira, Joanna Angel, Skin Diamond, Tasha Reign, Kelly Shibari and Aiden Starr.
In “Year of Reckoning,” Hustler Founder and Publisher Larry Flynt urges every American to get involved in the elections of 2014, TruthDig.com editor Robert Scheer warns that “Big Brother’s in Your Pocket” and syndicated columnist Nat Hentoff maintains that government agencies “have been stalking us for decades.”
Hustler is one of America’s most popular adult magazines. Based in Beverly Hills, California, it has been publishing monthly since July 1974.