Playboy Magazine's February 2002 issue offers a rich assortment of thought-provoking articles, enticing pictorials, and captivating interviews.
'Virtual Reich' by Michael Reynolds investigates the connections between various global terrorist networks, from Islamic fundamentalists to European skinheads, to homegrown fanatics in the US, highlighting their disturbing ties to fascism.
In 'The Four A.M. Girl,' A.J. Benza paints an enticing picture of the perfect nocturnal companion, someone who not only tolerates your seedy whims and desires but thrives on them without demanding anything in return.
'Olympic Highs' prepares you for the adrenaline-charged thrills of the Winter Olympics' most dangerous events, from the death-defying aerial displays to heart-stopping downhill runs.
'Stealth Force' by Mick Haven gives readers an inside look into the grueling training of Navy Seals, detailing the brutal demands of "Hell Week" that forge some of the toughest Special Ops forces.
'Opening Act' provides a timely guide to the basics of kissing, ensuring you're well-prepared for a romantic Valentine's Day.
In 'Centerfolds on Sex,' Neriach Davis shares her intimate preferences and her love for oral pleasure, and reveals a peculiar link between tattooing and orgasms.
'Talk Like A Prince' by Rob Tannenbaum presents readers with a unique language lesson, teaching you how to woo your Valentine with the purple prose of the musical legend, Prince.
'Fear Factor' by Jason Buhrmester offers dirt-busting gear guide and trade secrets from supercross racer Jeremy McGrath, designed to help you land the perfect jumps.
Our 20Q of the month features an engaging chat with Australian actor Hugh Jackman, best known for his role as Wolverine in X-Men, who shares a side of himself rarely seen.
Add in our delectable pictorials and the issue is a surefire winner for both the intellectually and visually inclined reader. Get your copy of Playboy Magazine's February 2002 issue, available at selected outlets and online.