Playboy released its first-ever “equality issue” this month, and if you want to buy it, you’ll have to pay a premium, because it’s already sold out.
The equality issue’s Playmate of the Month is Oak Cliff’s own Chasity Samone.
The Carter High School alumna grew up in Oak Cliff, one of 11 children from a Baptist family. After high school, she joined the U.S. Army, where she was a “paper pusher” and earned an expert marksmanship badge. Read her entire Playboy profile. And see her (clothed) online pictorial. Here she is on Instagram flipping through the magazine for the first time. It’s might not be safe for work, but it is very cute.
Samone’s spread also pays homage to Darine Stern, the first black woman to appear on the cover of Playboy by herself
Samone says she wants to run for Dallas City Council.
My long-term goal is to be a politician. I’m going to run for city council in Dallas and just move on up from there. Equal pay is one of the biggest things I would look at — it’s insane that black women earn 61 cents to every white man’s dollar — but there are so many local issues I want to address, like redlining and access to education.