Playboy Magazine, April 1989

July 18, 2023 in PlayBoy 80s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, April 1989

The April 1989 edition of Playboy Magazine provides a captivating mix of insightful interviews, compelling articles, delightful fiction, and eye-catching pictorials.

The issue commences with a frank conversation with the IRA in the 'Playboy Interview', giving readers a closer look at the controversial Irish republican paramilitary organization.

It features thought-provoking articles like 'Burning Desires: Sex in America', a comprehensive exploration of the nation's sex life, 'Fire in the Belly', an engaging piece by Brock Yates, and 'Why The Movies Don't Work For Me', a critique of the cinema world by James R. Petersen. A profile of the personable 'Mailman' - Karl Malone of the NBA fame, is presented in 'The Mailman Cometh'.

In the fiction section, readers can delve into 'House of Cards' by Conall Ryan, a gripping narrative that promises to hold one's interest till the very end.

The issue includes '20 Questions' with Mario Lemieux, the renowned professional ice hockey player. The fashion trends of the season are covered in 'Spring Fever'.

Humor finds its place in 'Playboy's Party Jokes', and the magazine's Playmate of the Month, a 'Class Act', is introduced to the readers.

Pictorials include 'Beach Blast', 'Wet Mischief', and 'Girls of The Big East', adding to the visual allure of the issue.

Playboy's Music 1989 survey provides an insight into the contemporary music scene.

The April 1989 issue of Playboy Magazine can be purchased online or found in selected vintage magazine stores.

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