Playboy Magazine, February 2008

Aug. 7, 2023 in PlayBoy 2000s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, February 2008

The February 2008 edition of Playboy Magazine offers readers a fascinating mosaic of cultural, social, and sensual delights. Starting with an exclusive survey by Frank Luntz, "Sex in America" illustrates a nation unified in bed but divided at the polls, juxtaposing the satisfaction in personal relationships with discontent in politics.

Comedian Patton Oswalt adds humor to the equation with his whimsical take on "Peace Through Pole Dancing," while Joe Domanick provides a more sobering exploration of police chief Bill Bratton's creative methods in reducing crime across major cities. For the aficionados of luxury, an in-depth feature on the cigar boom offers a guide to the finest brands and accessories.

The issue also takes a trip down memory lane, reviewing the "21 Sexiest Commercials of All Time," including iconic moments with Paris Hilton and Alyssa Milano. In the fiction section, the late F.X. Toole's "Holy Man" adds a gripping tale of triumph and failure in the boxing world.

Personal conversations with Rachel Bilson and Matthew McConaughey reveal glimpses into their personal lives and careers, while vintage photos of Irish McCalla and an alluring pictorial of Playmate Michelle McLaughlin further enrich the visual appeal of this edition.

This issue, like all Playboy Magazine issues, is available in both digital and vintage print formats.

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