A Playboy Bunny is not the same as a Playboy Playmate. Here are the 2 key differences.

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  • Some think the terms can be used interchangeably, but a Playboy Bunny and a Playboy Playmate are actually not the same.
  • Bunnies are hired solely to be cocktail servers and hostesses in the Playboy Clubs, while Playmates are featured in the iconic “Centerfold” in Playboy magazine, according to a Playboy spokesperson.
  • Unlike “Bunny,” “Playmate” is considered a lifelong title. 
  • Sometimes — but not often — someone can be both a Bunny and a Playmate.

 

Years after the last original Playboy Club closed down and even after the death of Playboy founder Hugh Hefner in 2017, the women who don the iconic Playboy Bunny outfits still draw fascination and curiosity.

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