Playboy Magazine, June 2007

Aug. 5, 2023 in PlayBoy 2000s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, June 2007

The June 2007 issue of Playboy magazine covers a diverse range of topics, from cybercrime to pop culture, exploring the dimensions of the contemporary man's world.

"The Invisible Digital Man" by Jonathan Littman presents the fascinating life of Kevin Mitnick, a legendary computer hacker turned cybercrime consultant, detailing his run-ins and evasions from the FBI.

"Penes I Have Known" is a provocative examination of the male member by Daphne Merkin, who delves into cultural, sociological, and personal perspectives.

In "50 Years of the Harley Sportster," James R. Petersen explores the history and cultural impact of the iconic motorcycle that has been in production for half a century.

Chip Rowe's "The Sexual Male, Part Two: Are We Not Boys?" is the second part of an in-depth series on the science of male sexuality, this time focusing on the biological processes that shape a boy and navigate him through puberty.

Scott Alexander's "Sweet Talk" guides readers through the world of high-tech cell phones, offering options that outshine the hyped iPhone.

The issue also features two compelling fiction pieces: "This Nib for Hire" by Woody Allen and "Help Wanted" by Frederick Barthelme.

20Q puts the spotlight on Don Rickles, the comedian known for his sharp wit, and the Playboy Interview presents Matt Groening, the creative genius behind The Simpsons and Futurama, in a candid conversation about the making of his iconic shows and the characters that populate them.

The pictorials feature the Playmate of the Year Sara Jean Underwood and Miss June Brittany Binger, and a special feature on Kristine Lefebvre, the lawyer from The Apprentice known for her sultry allure.

This issue is available in both digital and vintage print formats.

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