The December 1993 issue of Playboy Magazine combines insightful interviews, compelling articles, humor, fashion, and tasteful pictorials.
The magazine opens with a candid conversation with the infamous radio host Rush Limbaugh in the 'Playboy Interview'. The article 'Marlon Brando's Paradise Lost' provides a fascinating insight into the life of this celebrated actor.
Readers are treated to tasteful pictorials such as 'Beverly Hills Hot: Erika Eleniak' and 'Fem 2 Fem', alongside a visually striking tomato-themed portfolio titled 'Now, That's a Tomato'.
The issue features 'The Gent', a fiction piece that aims to engross readers with its captivating narrative. 'Sex: An Oral History' is a thought-provoking article that explores human sexuality.
In the spirit of holiday giving, 'Playboy's Christmas Gift Collection' is presented as a modern living guide with unique and desirable gift suggestions. The issue includes a comprehensive 'South Florida Survival Guide', beneficial for both locals and tourists.
'Northwestern Exposure' introduces Playboy's Playmate of the Month. Keeping up the tradition, the magazine includes the humor section 'Playboy's Party Jokes'.
In the realm of etiquette and fashion, the issue offers 'Sucking Up', a guide to modern obsequiousness, and 'Our Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys', a fashion trend analysis.
Humorous pieces like 'Celebrity E-Mail' are sure to tickle readers' funny bones. For self-care enthusiasts, 'Playboy's Guide to Grooming' is a must-read, providing advice on looking and feeling sharp.
The issue concludes with 'Playboy's College Basketball Preview', 'Sex Stars 1993' pictorial, and '20 Questions: Branford Marsalis', offering a peek into the life of the renowned musician.
The December 1993 issue of Playboy Magazine is available for purchase online and at select vintage magazine stores.