The April 1970 issue of Playboy Magazine provides a wealth of content spanning interviews, fiction, articles, and pictorials. The Playboy Interview features a candid conversation with Dr. Mary Calderone.
Readers can immerse themselves in a fiction piece titled "Black Shylock," an article contemplating "Our Mortgaged Future," and another article advocating for a "Moderate Majority." A pictorial feature showcases Bunny Myra, and grooming trends are highlighted in "The Grooming Boom." The issue also offers a spring and summer fashion forecast, a memoir titled “Furry's Blues,” a travel piece on Montreal's bilingual pleasures, and a pictorial essay on the Girls of Israel. Other highlights include an article on sports hustlers, a ribald classic titled “Checkmate,” and a modern living feature titled "Class with Glass."
Individuals who wish to acquire this issue might find it in stores that carry vintage magazines, on online marketplaces such as eBay, or on websites dedicated to classic publications. Those who prefer digital reading might also find this issue available in a digital format.