Playboy Magazine, June 2002

Playboy Magazine, June 2002

The June 2002 issue of Playboy magazine takes readers around the globe, through the realms of sports, music, and gaming, and into the intimate secrets of your favorite personalities.

In 'Havana Heartbreak', A.J. Benza delves into the allure of Cuban women, capturing the heartache experienced by a love-starved gringo journeying to the island in search of romance.

Our Centerfolds on Sex this month features Lisa Dergan, who believes in the mantra "Help Him Help You." Her enticing and cooperative attitude is a captivating revelation.

'Building a Better Battle' by Owen West discusses the increased realism in war movies and video games, detailing how this change has been beneficial for both casual viewers and war veterans.

In our music feature, we introduce the stunning Shakira from Colombia, who could be a formidable rival to Britney Spears if the latter wrote her own songs and belly danced.

In 20Q, we have an engaging conversation with WBC champ Oscar De La Hoya. He busts some myths about his life, shares his perspective on fighting, and reveals what really goes through his mind during a boxing match.

'All Night Long' by James Oliver Cury is an intriguing guide to unusual and adventurous lovemaking locations, ranging from tree houses and ice hotels to subterranean bed and breakfasts.

Our fiction section features 'The Possibility of Love' by Ethan Mordden, a compelling tale about the trials and tribulations of a new romance overshadowed by a long list of past relationships.

Finally, in our interview section, we speak to Curt Schilling, the co-MVP of the Diamondbacks World Series. In a candid conversation, he opens up about his unique approach to the game, his opinions on sex before matches, and his half-salary pledge.

Immerse yourself in the captivating world of Playboy, June 2002 issue - available online and at select outlets. Enjoy the perfect blend of entertainment, sports, and in-depth interviews.

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