Playboy Magazine, December 1983

Playboy Magazine, December 1983

The December 1983 issue of Playboy Magazine offers a dynamic blend of interviews, articles, pictorials, and special holiday features.

The Playboy Interview features Hollywood star Tom Selleck, best known for his role as private investigator Thomas Magnum in the television series "Magnum, P.I.". Selleck candidly discusses his career, personal life, and his experiences in the entertainment industry.

The issue features a thought-provoking article, "The De-sexing of America", which takes a critical look at changing social and sexual norms. Alongside this, the piece "Notes of a Fallen Fan" offers an engaging read for sports enthusiasts.

Preparing readers for the festive season, "Playboy's Christmas Gift Guide" provides a variety of gift ideas, while "Playboy's Christmas Cards" delivers seasonal verse. The feature "Let's Party!" offers fashionable attire suggestions for holiday parties, and "A Personal Computer Christmas" explores how technology can enhance the holiday experience.

The issue also presents a pictorial of the glamorous Joan Collins, best known for her role in the TV series "Dynasty". Another pictorial, "Flashdancers", brings aesthetic pleasure to the readers, while the "Sex Stars of 1983" essay visually celebrates the year's most influential figures in adult entertainment.

Fiction lovers can enjoy stories such as "Devlin's Wake" and "Don't You Know There's a War On?". Humor finds its place in "Playboy's Party Jokes" and the satirical series "Bernard and Huey".

The issue concludes with "Playboy's College Basketball Preview", giving readers an insight into the upcoming sports season, and "The Latest from London", a ribald classic that tickles the funny bone.

This December 1983 issue of Playboy Magazine offers a captivating blend of interviews, pictorials, articles, holiday features, and more, available on various online platforms and select vintage magazine stores.

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