The February 1970 issue of Playboy Magazine offers an eclectic mix of content. It has a special feature that imagines how other magazines would photograph a Playmate.
The issue dives into the drug scene with insights from personalities such as Alan Watts, William Burroughs, and James Coburn. There's also a section that takes the reader on a wild house-yacht party. Additionally, the issue includes a “Distaff Sexual-Quotient Quiz” for analyzing relationships, and the results of the Jazz & Pop Poll. Valentine's month is marked with a Valentine Playmate, and the issue contains a revealing pictorial on Barbara Parkins and Bibi Andersson.
For those who have a penchant for collecting or reading vintage magazines, this issue can be sought out at stores that specialize in old publications, through online marketplaces like eBay, or websites dedicated to vintage magazines. Additionally, for a more accessible reading option, digital versions might be obtainable.