The February 2003 issue of Playboy dives into a variety of topics, ranging from law enforcement to sports, and even navigates the precarious world of concert ticket scalping.
'G-Men in Crisis' by Jeffrey Robinson investigates the struggles of the FBI post-September 11, as they balance the mission to track down terrorists with their other crime-fighting responsibilities.
In 'Coed Sex Advice', Antonia Simigis takes a look at college newspaper advice columns, where bold young women dish out tips on everything from nipple clamps to threesomes.
'Why You Can't Get Tickets' by Chip Rowe explores the scalper mafia's control over the ticket market for high-demand concerts and sports events, offering insights into how to beat the system.
'Catch '22*' by Kevin Cook features an interview with Emmitt Smith, the most prolific runner in pro football history, who opens up about his personal life, his struggles with pain, and his entrepreneurial pursuits.
In 'Want a Woody?', Charles Plueddeman highlights the Alpha Z33, a high-speed mahogany powerboat that promises a thrilling aquatic adventure.
'Centerfolds on Sex' features Tina Jordan discussing her adventurous side when it comes to intimacy, while in '20Q', David Rensin interviews comedian Bernie Mac about his career, personal life, and the joys of self-care.
In the fiction section, Jim Shepard's 'Won't Get Fooled Again' tells the tale of a man consumed by drugs and the chaotic world of rock-and-roll.
The issue also includes the Cyber Girls feature, showcasing the fierce competition among the 52 women featured annually on Playboy's website.
The Playmate of the month, Charis Boyle, brings a spark of excitement, while an exclusive pictorial and interview with Alison Eastwood offer readers a captivating ride.
The February 2003 issue of Playboy provides an engaging mix of in-depth journalism, candid interviews, and sensual pictorials. Available online and in select stores.