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Oui was a men's adult pornographic magazine published in the United States and featuring explicit nude photographs of models , with full page pin-ups, centerfolds, interviews and other articles, and cartoons. Oui ceased publication in Jon Carroll , formerly assistant editor at Rolling Stone magazine and editor of Rags and later editor of The Village Voice , was selected as the first editor. The intention was to differentiate the audience in mass-market men's magazines, in an attempt to answer the challenge brought by Penthouse and Hustler , with its more explicit photography, and therefore compete on multiple fronts.
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The November issue of Oui featured Peter and a female friend in a nude beach layout. There's nothing remotely pornographic about the pictures, just two great looking young adults frolicking nude on the beach. They recall the more innocent time of the sexual revolution before evils like AIDS spoiled the fun. Even so, the pictures were published in an adult magazine not in a forum as public as the internet. In order to keep our PG rating and because Peter would prefer to keep the more revealing pictures in the magazine rather than on the internet , we cropped the one photo that caused most of the controversy in the world of daytime drama. At the time, Peter was very popular as Dr. Greg Peters in Days of Our Lives , a role he continued to play until