Playboy Magazine, April 2006

Aug. 4, 2023 in PlayBoy 2000s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, April 2006

The April 2006 issue of Playboy Magazine is a feast of stimulating articles and alluring pictorials.

In "Faith & Reason," various authors, including Michael Ruse and Kurt Vonnegut, discuss the long-standing clash between religion and scientific thought. "Of Maus and Supermen" by Robert Levine and Scott Alexander dives into the influence of graphic novels, a distinctly American art form, on popular culture. In "Eating: A Love Story," Andy Murray recounts his most memorable dining experiences from around the country. "Crashing Augusta" by Jonathan Littman shares a thrilling tale of sneaking into the prestigious and exclusive Augusta National Golf Club.

The fiction piece "Sex with Esther" by Michel Houellebecq paints a fiery picture of a passionate yet complex affair between a film producer and a young actress. The Playboy Forum presents "Greens with Guns" by Dean Kuipers, focusing on the unexpected alliances forming to combat the government's radical deregulation damaging the outdoors.

This issue features a candid chat with the multifaceted Scotsman and host of The Late Late Show, Craig Ferguson, and a rare lengthy interview with the Matrix trilogy's enigmatic star, Keanu Reeves.

The pictorials spotlight the most popular beauties from's Cyber Club, the charming Playmate Holley Ann Dorrough, and the tantalizing WWE Diva Candice Michelle.

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