Sure we've all heard the old joke about how men read Playboy for the the articles.
Well, in this case it's actually true. Pictured below is a genuine issue of Playboy Magazine in braille.
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The National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS) distribute editions of this popular men's magazine in braille, containing no pictures or advertisements.
However in 1985 the publication hit a snag when the House of Representatives cut funding for the printing of these editions.
Fortunately a Federal District judge ruled that the Library of Congress was in direct violation of the First Amendment by cutting funding, putting Playboy magazine back into the hands of the sightless.
So now men (and women) of all visual capabilities can return to enjoying Playboy Magazine for what they really read it for. The articles.