The August 2001 issue of Playboy Magazine continues its legacy of thought-provoking articles, engaging interviews, and exclusive photoshoots.
'Colombia: Land of Death' is a harrowing account of life in Medellin, written by filmmaker Barbet Schroeder, offering a candid look at the struggles in the region.
'Cloning: Phase Two', by Michael Parrish, delves into the ethical and scientific controversies surrounding the potential emergence of the first human clone, a topic that has many on the edge of their seats.
'Centerfolds on Sex: Victoria Fuller' shares the Playmate's tips on how to win her affection in intimate settings.
'Playboy Profile: Jet Li' provides an in-depth look at the high-flying action star who is considered the fastest martial artist on Earth.
'Mad for the Mini' celebrates the return of the iconic Mini, now under the management of the Autobahn's masterminds.
'Life's a Bitch and So is Dating' by Katie Moran explores the complexities of dating from the perspective of a woman who understands the intricacies of love and manipulation.
'20Q Jon Bon Jovi' gives readers an entertaining and insightful chat with the renowned musician who has sold over 80 million records but still can't get a spot on The Sopranos.
'I Stand, Therefore I Am' by Paul Krassner discusses the changing attitudes toward the male ritual of standing up while urinating.
'Motel', a story by John Biguenet, takes readers on a wild family road trip punctuated by surprising encounters and experiences.
Our 'Interview' section features a fascinating conversation with Tim Burton, the creative mind behind blockbuster films such as Batman, Sleepy Hollow, and Edward Scissorhands. The director shares his inspiration, passion for fantasy, and admiration for stars like Charlton Heston, Vincent Price, and Lisa Marie.
The August 2001 issue of Playboy Magazine is an unforgettable blend of thought, passion, and entertainment. Get your copy online or from selected outlets today.