Playboy Magazine, December 1991

Playboy Magazine, December 1991

The December 1991 issue of Playboy Magazine offers a rich blend of interviews, pictorials, fiction, articles, holiday tips, and humor to engage readers.

Leading off with the 'Playboy Interview: Carl Sagan', readers are treated to a thoughtful and enlightening conversation with the famous astronomer and science communicator. This issue also offers insights into geopolitical events in 'My Jerusalem', a thoughtful article exploring the complexities of the Middle East.

Next, the pictorial 'Dian Parkinson, Come on Down!' offers an intimate look at the popular model and television personality, followed by a captivating piece of fiction titled 'Fahrvergnügen'.

Just in time for the holiday season, 'Playboy's Christmas Gift Collection' provides readers with a range of unique and intriguing gift ideas. The issue also features another piece of fiction, 'Women in Underwear', and 'Hollywood Hot Shots', a feature on fashion trends among Tinseltown's elite.

In 'Let's Hear It for Woody', readers are treated to a deep dive into the life and work of filmmaker Woody Allen. The issue also provides practical advice in 'How to Argue' and introduces Playboy's Playmate of the Month, 'Fair and Wendy'.

For those looking for laughs, the 'Playboy's Party Jokes' and 'Good King Wenceslaus' humor pieces are sure to delight. The issue also features 'A Single Guy's Guide to Skiing', a handy article for those looking to hit the slopes this winter, and explores the art of giving in 'What We Get By Giving'.

Other highlights include the 'Isabelle' pictorial, 'Kwoon', a fictional piece, and '20 Questions: Joe Pesci', where the Academy Award-winning actor shares intimate details about his life and career. Rounding out the issue, 'Playboy's Guide to Holiday Deportment' offers tips for navigating the holiday season, and 'Sex Stars 1991' provides an enticing pictorial of the year's standout performers.

The December 1991 issue of Playboy Magazine is available for purchase online and at select vintage magazine retailers.

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