By John Dodge

CHICAGO (CBS) — The first Playboy magazine without naked women?

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It still has naked women.

Last fall, the men’s magazine announced that its pages would no longer contain pictures of full nudity, beginning with the March 2016 issue.

The publication, which will hit newsstands next week (Feb. 12), is simply much more coy about how that’s presented.

For example, actress Dree Hemingway, the great-granddaughter of Ernest Hemingway and daughter of actress Mariel, is actually naked, despite being touted as the “first non-nude Playmate.”

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It’s just that she his photographed in ways that covers what readers (viewers) would have seen in issues over the past 60 odd years.

In one photo, she appears as if she is a bit embarrassed to have been caught in a field without her clothing.

The magazine’s cover features model Sarah McDaniel, striking a Snapchat-esqe pose with innocently seductive caption “heyyy ;)”

According to the New York Times, which was sent an advance copy, the issue features an interview with MSNBC host Rachel Maddow and a long essay Norwegian writer Karl Ove Knausgaard.