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Beaver Hunt was a monthly pornographic magazine aimed at men and published in the United States. It was first published in 1974 by Larry Flynt. It was an offshoot of Hustler magazines's longest running feature, "Beaver Hunt". The feature became so popular that Larry Flynt decided to create a magazine highlighting only reader-submitted photos.
Today, Beaver Hunt is no longer published as a monthly magazine. However, several times a year LFP Publishes "Best of Beaverhunt" featuring standout pictorials previously seen in the pages of Hustler.
Beaver Hunt was officially published by LFP, Inc, which is controlled by Flynt. The abbreviation "L.F.P." originally stood for "Larry Flynt Publications."
LFP, Inc. publishes several other magazines that use the Hustler brand:
- Hustler's Taboo, which specializes in fetishistic material, such as the depiction of sexual bondage and urolagnia.
- Barely Legal, a primarily softcore magazine focusing on models between 18 and 23
- Asian Fever, focusing on Asian models
- Hustler XX, a more generic hardcore offering
- Hustler's Leg World
The LFP Internet Group, LLC, operates BeaverHunt.com and a number of related sites, where it sells pictures and videos with content similar to that in its magazines.
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