By Mikey Agulto 66813 views

If all our babe-spotting sessions produce this kind of gems every time, then maybe we should be giving Tito Boy and Tito Alfie a run for their starmaking money. Ladies and gentlemen, Jinri Park, our beach party discovery-turned favorite foreign model-turned sex columnist is now officially an FHM cover girl!

Our favorite Koreana has worked up her way up the ranks. Bask at the fruits of her labor: the cover of FHM's August 2013 issue!

Jinri Park August 2013
It's very clear that 2013 is Jinri's breakout year, spreading out her Korean charms not only in print media, but also in television, radio, and the web. Heck, she even has her own buko shake business now! We don't want to sound presumptuous, but we hope FHM really did have a hand in bringing her all these good things.

"Of course you did!" Jinri tells us. "I always tell this to other magazines and newspapers when I get interviewed that I think FHM was really my stepping stone to getting into DJing, showbiz, and other things. Even though it wasn't my first cover, FHM was my first mainstream cover. You have a wide range of audience and that started it." The feeling is mutual, darling. You definitely brought in new readers.

As always, putting Jinri on the cover was just one of the many things we did to make this month's issue extra special, we also: explored the wonders of our country's own version of an entertainment city, calculated Gilas Pilipinas's chances of actually winning the crown in this year's FIBA-Asia Championships, and hooked you up with several oversized posters of FHM cover babes Meg, Marian, and Cristine, just to name a few.

Our August 2013 issue will be available in newsstands and bookstores everywhere this Monday, July 29! Digital copies will also soon be downloadable at www.summitmedia.com.ph/fhm.

In the meantime, keep swinging by FHM.com.ph to watch the teaser video of our Augusr 2013 issue and for a behind-the-scenes look at Jinri's cover shoot.

Now hit the gallery below to see more of this month's cover babe!

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  • kuyawuten Jul 28 2013 @ 07:11pm Reply Report Abuse
    Hottest cover this year wew!
  • percie Jul 28 2013 @ 08:30pm Reply Report Abuse
    job well done FHM, Jinri will the next number 1
  • cena54 Jul 28 2013 @ 08:37pm Reply Report Abuse
    OMG...! Jinri...! Finally....! we can die happy now... haha! :D
  • Tony_Ferrer Jul 29 2013 @ 10:41am Reply Report Abuse
    please dont disappoint me.....please dont disappoint me.....please dont disappoint me.....please dont disappoint me.....
  • bisyap Aug 01 2013 @ 03:10pm Reply Report Abuse
    I love it. I love you miss jinri
  • Matthew Heaven Aug 09 2013 @ 01:07am Reply Report Abuse
    What is Pornography?
    Pornography is the ‘explicit representation of s*xual activity in print or on film to stimulate erotic rather than aesthetic or emotional feelings.’ The following advice and help refers only to heteros*xual pornography – that is men looking at women and, more rarely, women looking at men.

    It is helpful to remember that pornography:

    • shows women as mere physical objects and focuses on their breasts and s*x organs

    • does not even try to show other ways in which a woman can be attractive, e.g. character, intelligence, humour

    • shows s*x as the only important thing in a relationship between a man and a woman;

    • cannot substitute for long-term love and commitment. It produces short-lived thrills and does nothing to develop a loving s*xual relationship.

    It is possible for s*xually explicit material not to be pornographic. For instance, medical textbooks and s*x manuals are designed for education. Pornography differs because its only purpose is titillation and fantasy.

    ‘Soft Core’ Pornography
    ‘Isn’t ‘soft core’ pornography okay?’ some say. The implication is that top shelf magazines are harmless, but that we should be concerned about more explicit or violent material. ‘Soft core’ and ‘hard core’ pornography have no legal or dictionary definitions. They are two ends of a continuing line, which starts at bare breasts and genitals and ranges towards violence, bestiality and child pornography. In recent times what used to be thought of as ‘hard core’ is appearing in ‘soft core’ top shelf magazines and is readily available on the Internet. The boundaries are blurred.

    Is pornography addictive?
    The evidence certainly points to pornography being addictive for some people. Research in 1999 on 9,265 of internet users found that 8.5% were s*xually compulsive or addictive . Pornography can lead to pain, shame and loss because of addictive s*xual behaviour. Pornography stimulates the pleasure centre in the brain. But after a while more pornography is needed to produce the same effect. The addictive cycle is started. There is an increase in intensity in the addiction so that the individual needs more or harder material to get the same affect, moving on to the accepting of degrading behaviour (desensitisation) and the ultimate acting out of images seen in pornography.

    Freedom from recognised addictions like alcohol and drugs can take time and pornography use is no different.

    Some Statistics on Internet Pornography
    In 2007, the estimated value of the pornography industry worldwide was US$97 billion.
    The increase in the number of times ‘adult s*x’ was used as a search term between 2005 and 2006 was 301%.
    36% of 9-19 year olds have accidentally found themselves on a pornographic website when looking for something else.
    A 2006 study estimated 1 in 4 men in the UK aged 25-49 had downloaded pornography in the previous month.
    A Biblical View of Pornography
    God created men and women to be together – exclusively and happily. God created s*x as a good gift in the security of a loving, committed marriage relationship. He ‘saw all that he had made, and it was very good.’ Sadly in the fallen world, pornography sends clear messages, generally to men, that faithful s*xual attention to one woman is not necessary. There are many other women to look at: why only be satisfied with one?

    We can go to an art gallery and see a beautiful woman in a picture and admire her beauty. But that is not the message of pornography. Pornography seeks to stimulate s*xual attraction to the image of a woman – any woman, saying, ‘This beautiful woman, whom you know nothing about, is there for you to satisfy your s*xual desires – whatever they might be – at any time.’ Pornography uses the strong visual senses of men to promote lust, but promises the unreal, promoting false expectations of relationships and ignoring the realities of daily living for most men and women – the shopping, washing, ironing, and crying children.

    By ignoring the woman’s character and instead focusing on her body, pornography ‘exploits and dehumanises s*x so that human beings are treated as things, and women, in particular as s*x objects’ . Of course, pornography is packaged cleverly as glamorous, but in the cold light of day the Bible warns strongly about looking at other women (Proverbs 6:25, Matthew 5:28, Colossians 3:5) and being faithful in marriage (Hebrews 13:4).

    There are those who would see the Bible’s strong warnings on s*xual purity as God being a killjoy. We need to remember that it was God who created the universe: He knows how it works and that what we see and think about is important. The warnings are given for a reason: the destructiveness of pornography on children and on human relationships. CARE regularly receives telephone calls and emails from people who themselves have a problem with pornography or are seeing it in their family.

    Some would say ‘pornography is harmless fun’. How would they respond to a woman crying on the phone convinced that her husband’s use of pornography had led to the breakdown of their marriage? Or to another woman who said that she felt mentally abused by her husband who used pornography and wanted her to act in the same way as the women in the magazines, DVDs and videos?

    Pornography can seem far from harmless fun for the men (Christian and non-Christian) who feel trapped in a cycle of addiction. If anyone is a killjoy it is not the God of the Bible, but the publishers of pornography.
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