Playboy Magazine, August 1988

July 18, 2023 in PlayBoy 80s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, August 1988

The August 1988 issue of Playboy Magazine promises an engaging blend of interviews, stories, pictorials, and humorous anecdotes.

Harvey Fierstein, an acclaimed American actor and playwright, is at the heart of the 'Playboy Interview,' revealing intimate aspects of his life and career in a candid conversation.

In the realm of fiction, 'The Dead Man's Eyes' is set to captivate readers with its intriguing narrative. Delving into real-world issues, 'The Great Palimony Caper' offers insights into an extraordinary legal case, while 'Then Came Gorbachev' examines the political impact of the Soviet leader.

'Charlie Sheen Plays Ball' blends fashion and celebrity spotlighting, featuring the famous actor in various stylish ensembles. 'Lords of The Flies,' a feature under 'modern living,' examines the fascinating world of insects.

'Playboy's Playmate of the Month' introduces readers to Helle, a captivating beauty who embodies the Playboy spirit. As always, 'Playboy's Party Jokes' promise a humorous interlude, while 'A Man's Guide to Women's Magazines' provides a witty and insightful compendium for the male reader.

The '20 Questions' section features sociologist and civil rights activist Harry Edwards, offering insights into his life and work. Two related features, 'Aspen When It's Hot' and 'Aspen When It Was Cool,' provide a contrasting travel guide and memoir of the famous ski resort.

The short story 'The Girl Who Took Lessons' adds another layer of literary intrigue, and 'The Sunshine Girls' pictorial brings warmth and beauty to the magazine's pages.

The August 1988 issue of Playboy Magazine is available for purchase online and in select vintage magazine stores.

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