Playboy Magazine, July 2011

Aug. 10, 2023 in PlayBoy 2000s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, July 2011

The July 2011 edition of Playboy is packed with intriguing features, engaging interviews, stunning pictorials, and thought-provoking columns. Here's a rundown of what you'll find inside this issue:


  • "How to Go Broke the Nic Cage Way": A humorous yet enlightening guide by Steven Chean on how to squander a fortune and ruin your career, with actor Nicolas Cage as the perfect example.
  • "Playboy Pad: Apocalypse Chic": A fascinating look at the resurgence of backyard bomb shelters, complete with modern luxuries for the nuclear age.
  • "No Jobs Here": A critical examination by Jesse Person of Levi's ad campaign that used Braddock, Pennsylvania to promote the American worker, revealing a not-so-perfect fit.
  • "The Curse of Reality TV": Investigative journalist Andy Dehnart delves into the dark side of reality TV, questioning who's really at fault for the human wreckage left in its wake.


  • Justin Timberlake: David Hochman talks to the musician, actor, and pop culture icon about his sex scenes with Mila Kunis, his past relationships, and his blossoming movie career.


  • "British Bunnies": A delightful roundup of original U.K. Bunnies in celebration of the opening of the new Playboy Club London.
  • "Playmate: Jessa Hinton": A radiant showcase of Miss July, an all-American beauty with a fashion flair, boundless energy, and ambitious entrepreneurial plans.
  • "Here Comes the Bride": A tantalizing glimpse of Crystal Harris, the stunning woman who captured the heart of the world's most famous bachelor.


  • "The Baths": Jonathan Ames shares his nightly cleansing ritual at New York's historic Russian Baths, offering a soothing alternative to a lifestyle devoid of healthy eating, exercise, or sleep.
  • "Why Your Girlfriend Makes a Lousy Best Friend, and You Do, Too": Columnist Lisa Lampanelli humorously explores why sometimes only the company of rambunctious male buddies will suffice.

The July 2011 issue of Playboy is a well-rounded edition, providing readers with a unique mix of humor, culture, sensuality, and insight. Whether it's the exploration of celebrity lifestyles, social commentary, or simply the celebration of beauty, this issue promises an entertaining and captivating read.

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