The February 2001 issue of Playboy Magazine opens with a range of exciting articles, revealing interviews, and enticing lifestyle tips.
'Lil Kim's Breasts' pays homage to the notorious moment at the MTV Video Music Awards involving Lil Kim and Diana Ross, shedding light on the life and career of the platinum-selling rapper.
'The Moron's Guide to a Larger Penis' by Chip Rowe provides a hilarious perspective on the extreme lengths some men will go to increase their size. It's a laugh-out-loud read not meant for replication.
'Hot Women, Hot Wheels!' by Ken Gross explores the car preferences of six Playmates, offering insights into what kind of wheels catch their attention.
'20Q Sela Ward' by Robert Crane delves into the life of the Emmy-winning actress, discussing her roles, her views on sex and sports, and her experiences with shooting nude scenes.
'Pippa' introduces the daring designer from London who not only sings in a band but is also an avid Playboy enthusiast with her own pin-up tattoo.
'Centerfolds on Sex' gets intimate with Deanna Brooks, discussing her sexual preferences and her love for live sex shows.
'What Do You Do With $450 Million?' by John D. Spooner offers financial advice to those coming into large fortunes, using Anna Nicole's story as a case study.
The 'Fiction' section presents '1-900', a tantalizing tale by Richard Bausch about a woman with a penchant for provocative conversation.
The Playboy Interview features Vince McMahon, a prominent figure in the professional wrestling industry, providing insights into his life and career.