Playboy Magazine, July-August 2016

Aug. 13, 2023 in PlayBoy 2000s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, July-August 2016

Here's a summary of what you'll find in Playboy's July-August 2016 issue:

Departments and Features:

  • No Filter: Get to know Karen Fukuhara, the samurai superhero from "Suicide Squad" that you never knew you needed.
  • Drinks: Explore the world of gluten-free artisanal brews, including some unique and unexpected options.
  • Travel: Discover vacation spots that outshine Disney, from marijuana-friendly B&Bs to hip Honolulu.
  • Advisor: Rachel Rabbit White, our "Emily Post of happy endings," provides guidance on the proper etiquette for an erotic massage.
  • My Way: All-Marine Boxing Hall of Famer and undefeated pro boxer Jamel Herring opens up about his life outside the ring.
  • The Rabbit Hole: Dive into music festivals with Ben Schott, from Woodstock mud to the most Instagrammed drugs.
  • 20Q with Wiz Khalifa: The rapper reflects on his Pittsburgh upbringing and shares his plans for reaching the next tax bracket.
  • Books: Cartoonist Daniel Clowes is on the brink of a Hollywood breakthrough with his third film adaptation, "Wilson."
  • FrancoFile: Learn about Danny McBride's journey from substitute teacher to HBO star.
  • Culture: Explore the line between privacy and isolation in the new American locker room, along with other cultural tidbits.


  • Interview with Ta-Nehisi Coates: The acclaimed writer explains his perspective on American race relations.
  • The Conservative Sex Movement: Playboy founder Hugh M. Hefner discusses the sexual revolution's arrival within Republican ranks.
  • Land of the Free: Model Madison Headrick celebrates freedom and ambition in the city that never sleeps.
  • The Wildest, Craziest, Most Offensive Jokes Ever Told: A compilation by Jeremy Elias.
  • Miss July & August: Meet the dazzling Ali Michael and the enchanting Dutch beauty Valerie van der Graaf.
  • Fiction: Matt Gallagher's "Babylon" introduces a hipster hunting marine with a unique approach.
  • The Gospel According to Paul: Neal Gabler explores director Paul Feig's connection to his inner woman.
  • Cuba Libre: Model Lise Olsen makes Havana's shore look incredibly inviting.
  • Artist in Residence: Molly Crabapple's revolutionary illustrations from global conflict zones.

This edition is a blend of boldness, creativity, and cultural analysis, offering engaging content for readers with diverse interests. Whether you're drawn to serious political discourse, the dynamics of modern relationships, or simply entertainment, the July-August 2016 issue promises a stimulating read.

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