The December 1999 edition of Playboy Magazine provides an enticing combination of insightful interviews, compelling articles, intriguing pictorials, and tongue-in-cheek humor, offering an entertaining reading experience for fans.
The magazine opens with the 'Playboy Forum', a segment that features thought-provoking discussions on contemporary issues.
The 'Playboy Interview' presents a candid conversation with Ben Affleck. The actor, who is known for his incredible talent and lasting power in Hollywood, discusses various aspects of his life, including his relationships, friendship with Matt Damon, and the challenges of being rich, single, and amiable.
The issue features a fiction piece titled 'A Merry Little Christmas' by Thom Jones, providing a holiday-themed narrative involving a unique twist on three-way romance.
Naomi Campbell, the iconic supermodel, stuns in a pictorial, as she poses for photographer David LaChapelle.
The humor segment, 'Bill Clinton's Life Lessons' by Christopher Buckley, offers a hilarious take on the president's guidance for the soul.
The article 'A Decade of Scream Queens' by Robert B. DeSalvo provides a tribute to the actresses who've made horror films a guilty pleasure.
'Playboy's Christmas Gift Guide' gives readers an array of splurge-worthy gift ideas for the last Christmas of the century.
'Celebrity Christmas Carols' by Robert S. Wieder adds a dose of humor with imaginary carols by celebrities like Marilyn Manson, Charlton Heston, Boris Yeltsin, and Rudy Giuliani.