BEVERLY HILLS—Tommie Sunshine, the Electronic Dance Movement’s godfather DJ, drops the bass on drugs, freedom and keeping a bangin’-hot wife happy (“Maybe it’s alcohol, maybe it’s marijuana, maybe it’s whatever, but there are just as many fucked-up people at a Rascal Flatts show as there are at a rave.”), and Hustler goes puppy shopping with hardcore’s hot black tail Ana Foxxx (“I have fun. It’s like a jungle gym when I work.”) in the June 2014 Hustler. Also in the new issue hitting newsstands on Tuesday, March 17, Carl Gottlieb, the legendary screenwriter of Jaws, tells how to swim with the sharks of Hollywood (“If it weren’t for irrational optimism, there would be no actors at all.”), and, in “Attack of the Atomic Idiots,” author Harvey Wasserman warns that if you think the guys in charge of our potentially lethal power plants are smarter than Homer Simpson, think again (”Only green power can put the atomic idiots out of business…hopefully before they kill us.”).
Also in the upcoming issue, prolific porn star Dana DeArmond (“I think I’m a natural because I’ve always done anal.”) bares all in a ten-page interview and photo spread, and Dahlia Sky, formerly known as Bailey Blue (“I’m really horny, so a job where I go to work and fuck and get paid –perfect.”), scorches a six-page pictorial. San Antonio’s fiery redhead Ashley Scott (“You know what I want.”) graces the June cover and centerfold, and sizzling layouts feature Aidra Fox (“I think this is going to be my sluttiest year yet.”) and Serena Ali (“If it wasn’t for porn, I’d probably be arresting someone right now.”). “The Hustler Workout” features porn stars galore, “Nooners” takes you on the set of Sex at Lunch with Cindy Starfall, Leya Falcon, Karina Kay and Kagney Lynn Karter, and “Hardcore Showcase” features scenes from How to Pick Up a Teen, Racially Motivated 5 and Devil on a Chain. In his Publisher’s Statement, Larry Flynt proclaims “that the real obscenity of our time isn’t pornography; it’s war,” and, in their columns, TruthDig.com editor Robert Scheer and syndicated columnist Nat Hentoff bemoan the actions of Big Brother.
Hustler is one of America’s most popular adult magazines. Based in Beverly Hills, California, it has been published monthly since July, 1974.