Alberto Vargas is a famous pin-up girl artist. Below the jump (because they are likely not safe for work) are some of his illustrations from Playboy that appropriate social movements of the time:
November 1967: “And that, Mr. Bigelow, is yet another definition of black power.”
March 1969: “What sort of peace did you have in mind, Mr. Smith?”
September 1970: “I believe in black pride, but there are some things I’d rather take lying down.”
May 1971: “Male supremacy is all right — but I favor a different position.”
April 1973: “So you’re from the Bureau of Indian Affairs?”
These remind me of this set of images promoting gun ownership with pro-women, pro-gay, and anti-racism rhetoric.
Thanks to Richard M. for drawing my attention to these!