I see no reason why convenient stores and supermarkets can't sell Playboy magazine. As long as the front cover has a shield cover that does not display nudity out in the open, it should not be a big deal. Some men don't want the annual subscription and there are men that do not want to cruise at the local adult store, and again, yes there are still some places that do not even have an adult store to go to anyway. Its a magazine in good taste, with articles, that has been around for a very long time and has even become respected in the mainstream world. Keep the magazines behind a shelf that only employees can access so that no young children see it accidentally or seek it out on purpose.
Playboy Magazine should be sold in supermarkets and convenience stores. Simply make sure it's in a section of the store where children won't be able to see it. And even if they do, it's not the worst thing that could ever happen. They're just naked bodies and we all have them.
I would not have a problem with Playboy Magazines being sold in supermarkets and convenience stores. I believe if it is the cover shouldn't be visible because children would be able to easily see nudity, which isn't necessary, but this really isn't difficult to do. The publisher could either released it in sealed bags or an additional cover could be placed over the front that simple states the title of the magazine.
No, Playboy Magazine should not be sold at a supermarket or convenience stores. For those that choose to indulge in this kind of magazine, they can go to places more appropriate for such entertainment. The fact that children are allowed in supermarket or convenience stores means we should not allow this kind of product to be sold in plan sight.
No, Playboy Magazine should not be sold in supermarkets and convenience stores, because there are too many ways that children can get a hold of the magazines and see them. Children will steal them if they want in order to see the magazines. Also, people should be able to walk into a convenience store knowing they won't have to see things they don't want to.