“The reason I started this blog was because I was bored.
I was tired of porn.
I had no interest in it.
And then I came across the new Porno Magazine.
The reason I came to it is because I want to make sure that the internet is free of all the bullshit.
I want everyone to be able to be the best they can be.”
-Cameron Monaghan, founder of Porno magazine, founder and editor-in-chief of Playboy magazine, and founder and executive editor of the Entertainment Weekly magazine.
“I wanted to create something that’s not just about sex, but that’s also about empowering women to make their own choices, that’s about how they look and that’s why I’ve created the first Porno.com.
I wanted to be more than just a porn magazine.”
-Melissa Mancuso, CEO and founder of Playboy, founder, president and editor of Playboy Entertainment Group, and Playboy’s vice president of communications.
“When I saw the Porno and Entertainment Weekly magazines, I saw a company that was not afraid to make a bold statement and speak the truth, and I think it was a message that was really resonating with the masses.
It’s not that I was an adult film star, it’s that I didn’t want to be a porn star.”
-Paul Rosenberg, vice president and general manager of Playboy Enterprises, a division of Playboy Inc. source Playboy magazine article “In the early days, I wanted the word ‘porn’ to mean anything and everything, and this was one of the things that made it really successful.
The term ‘porno’ was so big.
You can’t really say it in the first word, but I would describe it as a way to say, ‘Here are the things we love about porn, and let’s do it together.’
So I’m really proud to be here today.
I’m so glad to be part of this great company.
I think you’ll like it.”
-Samantha Bee, host of “Full Frontal,” creator of “The View,” host of the “Comedy Bang!
Bang!” podcast and former co-host of “Inside Amy Schumer.”
“I think Porno is a powerful message, because it’s so honest, and it speaks to all of us.”
-Rita Rea, co-founder and publisher of Playboy Magazine and former editor-at-large of “Vogue” magazine.