Start the new year with the January 1995 edition of Playboy Magazine, packed with interviews, articles, pictorials, fiction, and humor.
The 'Playboy Interview' starts with an in-depth conversation with the 'Muscles from Brussels', Jean-Claude Van Damme. The issue continues with 'Sex and Prozac', an article that explores the intersection of intimacy and medication, followed by 'True Drew', a pictorial featuring the alluring Drew Barrymore.
'The Icing on the Cake', a tantalizing piece of fiction, offers an engaging narrative. The fashion section showcases 'The Soft Side of Danny Glover', exploring the actor's personal style. In the true crime category, 'Death of a Deceiver' presents a riveting story of betrayal and deceit.
In the entertaining department, 'All that Glitters' provides some sparkle, followed by the gripping fiction piece, 'Border Music'. 'Happy Holliday', introduces Playboy's Playmate of the Month.
For the chuckles, 'Playboy's Party Jokes' offers a dose of humor. 'His Master's Voice Recognition' presents the latest advancements in electronics.
Sports fans will enjoy 'Playboy's College Basketball Preview', providing insight into the upcoming season. An article titled 'Penn on Fire' delves into an intriguing topic.
'20 Questions' features a candid chat with broadcaster Tom Snyder. The visually enticing 'Year in Sex' pictorial highlights the sensual highlights of the past year. The issue's profile features 'The Accidental Jurist'.
Rounding out the issue, 'Playboy's Playmate Review' provides a look back at the year's Playmates, and the 'Playboy Jazz & Rock Poll' gives a rundown of the year's best in music. The January 1995 issue of Playboy Magazine can be found online or at selected vintage magazine retailers.