The April 1960 issue of Playboy showcases a diverse range of content including fiction, nostalgia, articles, humor, and lifestyle features.
"Trouble in Makeoutsville" is a fiction piece that explores the complexities and intrigues of relationships.
"Requiem for Radio" takes readers down memory lane as it looks back nostalgically at the golden era of radio.
"That May-December Madness" is an article delving into relationships with significant age differences and the cultural perceptions surrounding them.
"The Life of Spice" is a food-focused feature that brings the world of spices and flavors to life.
"Mother's Day" is a fiction piece with an action twist.
"The Distortion" is a satire piece poking fun at society’s norms.
"Playboy's Sports Car Jacket" is an attire feature, showcasing stylish options for the car enthusiast.
"Six Media in Search of a Dane" is another satire feature that adds humor and wit to the issue.
"Ginger Peachy" introduces Playboy's Playmate of the Month.
"Playboy's Party Jokes" and "Word Play" sections are packed with humor and jokes for a lighthearted read.
"The Cannes Film Festival" is an article that gives readers an inside look at the glitz and glamour of this iconic film festival.
"I Remember Babylon" is an action-packed piece that keeps readers on the edge of their seats.
"Suddenly, This Summer" focuses on summer attire trends.
"The New Town Car" under modern living, looks at the latest in luxury automobiles.
"A Sense of Proportion" is a ribald classic that adds a touch of sensuality.
"Method Actor" is a satire piece with an amusing take on acting methods.
"Playboy's International Datebook" is a travel section that guides readers through international hotspots and events.
Collectors and enthusiasts can find this issue in vintage magazine shops or through online platforms specializing in vintage publications. Digital versions may also be available.