From now on when you say you're reading Playboy for the articles, everyone will know you're telling the truth.

The iconic men's magazine announced it will no longer publish nude women in its print edition, ending a 62-year tradition that launched the once-controversial magazine into the spotlight.

Playboy will still feature sexy women in the magazine, but there will not be any nudity, according to CEO Scott Flanders. The magazine made the decision to remove nudity based on declining circulation and the rapid rise of internet pornography.

Flanders told The New York Times that the nudity that once made Playboy iconic is no longer a rare occasion, and hasn't been for many years.

The magazine is undergoing a major redesign, and will continue to feature in-depth writing from famous authors and interviews with celebrities, politicians, etc.

Playboy.com has been nudity-free for more than a year now, with the magazine soon to follow suit.

Do you think this is a good decision by Playboy? Do you still subscribe?