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Players was an American monthly softcore men's magazine. It was often nicknamed "the black Playboy " for its attempt at providing the under-served African-American public with a racy, yet elegant reading choice. Morris and Weinstock, who were both white, had a long experience in the realm of men's magazines as owners of Adam and Sir Knight. While the company did release serious biographies, it made a large share of its money from sensationalist books about sex workers and alternative lifestyles. When Holloway House struck gold with several accounts of the sex trade in the African-American underworld, in particular those by real life macks Iceberg Slim and Donald Goines , Morris and Weinstock realized the demand for mature ethnic entertainment. This prompted the creation of a series of novels starring Iceman , a fictional pimp turned vigilante patterned after Slim, and a brand new adult magazine called Players. Players straddled the line between the mainstream aspirations of Playboy and the braggadocio associated with urban street cultures, with thinly veiled allusions to gold diggers and quick material gain. Holloway House Publishing avoided both the East Coast literary establishment and Johnson Publishing Company by distributing their books in inner-city communities, prisons, and military bases across the country. Simultaneously, they were exploiting marginalized artists and writers to produce content for their company.
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