The July 2001 issue of Playboy Magazine is packed with captivating articles, engaging interviews, and exclusive photoshoots.
'Marriage is in the Air' explores the trend of young people tying the knot. Timothy Mohr provides both sides of the argument, giving readers a comprehensive look at this cultural shift.
'Roid Rage', by Scott Dickensheets, takes a controversial look at the use of steroids. This piece scrutinizes the promises and potential dangers of these performance-enhancing substances.
'Surfing's New Wave', penned by Chris Cote, shares the best places to catch waves, meet groupies, and try naked surfing. The article also features a collection of new gear for wave enthusiasts.
In 'Centerfolds on Sex: Kerissa Fare', the Playmate shares her intimate bathroom rituals and how it sets the mood for some steamy fun.
'20Q Johnny Knoxville' offers a hilarious and insightful conversation with the MTV sensation, Johnny Knoxville, known for his outrageous stunts and unique sense of humor.
'The Golden Age of Baseball' argues that we're currently living in baseball's most exciting era, a hot take presented by Allen Barra.
The 'Fiction' section features 'Supertoys: Play Can Be So Deadly' and 'What Fun to Be Reborn' by Brian Aldiss. These stories explore the complexities of life through the lens of sentient machines.
Our 'Interview' section brings you a thought-provoking conversation with Chris Matthews, known for his astute political analysis and commentary.
In 'The Arresting Officer Ginger', we present Ginger, a woman so hot you might need to call the fire department instead of the police.
'Playmate: Kimberley Stanfield' features a photoshoot with the Canadian beauty who would inspire anyone to join the Mounties.
'The Adventures of Pam' takes you on a journey through Pamela Anderson's galaxy, filled with excitement and unpredictability.
Grab your July 2001 issue of Playboy Magazine online or from selected outlets today. It's a sizzling read for your summer enjoyment.