Sex + Dating

Do Playboy Readers Honestly Not Know Butt Implants Are Real?

In a recent visit to the Playboy.com—where I go to read the articles, oh, and also look at naked women—I came across a curious entry in their Advisor section. This particular query came from a woman who identified herself as "L.D." and asked the popular men's website the following: 

"My husband loves my ass. I’m not into anal sex, which he totally respects, but we both love doggy style. Our two-year wedding anniversary is coming up in the fall and I would love to surprise him with an ass to compete with Kim Kardashian’s (well, maybe not that big). Is there such a thing as butt implants?—L.D., Houston, Texas"

Playboy followed suit by providing a relatively simple answer, "silicone implants are an option with butts," while also diving into the world of fat injections, "plastic surgeons perform liposuction on your belly and thighs and then transfer the excess fat into your butt to create a larger, rounder appearance." The answer itself was insightful, in the sense that L.D. and other readers find out exactly where the ass fat comes from, but it made me wonder: do Playboy read not know know that butt implants are a thing? 

Here's what we know about L.D.

1. Her husband loves her ass.
2. She's not into anal sex (which her husband suggests.)
3. They do it doggy style a lot. 
4. She doesn't know if butt implants are real.
5. She doesn't know how to use Google. 

Let me help you out, L.D., just so the editors at Playboy can spend their time with more fruitful endeavors. Follow this link to freedom and a world of information: http://bit.ly/1JPkzCz

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Jeremy Glass is a writer for Thrillist and has known about butt implants since 2008.