Playboy Magazine, June 2014

Aug. 12, 2023 in PlayBoy 2000s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, June 2014

The June 2014 issue of Playboy presents a fascinating mosaic of features, interviews, and sensuous pictorials that take the reader across diverse landscapes.

Bill Donahue uncovers the underground punk music scene in Iran, giving voice to the loud and angry rebellion in a world where it's forbidden. Scott Carney travels to Poland to meet Wim Hof, an endurance mastermind, and explores his life-defying practices. Meanwhile, Kevin Cook gathers stories from celebrities, broadcasters, and fans to tell the century-long tale of the Red Sox Nation, and Nicholas Tamarin profiles the architectural firms that are shaping modern America.

Indulgence is a central theme in this issue with a guide to an unforgettable bath experience and a piece on the legendary erotic filmmaker Henry Paris, also known as Radley Metzger, whose works have become masterpieces.

Readers will find engaging interviews with Jonah Hill, who opens up about his transformation from a comedy star to an Oscar favorite, and comedian Kevin Hart, whose life is described as a self-fulfilling prophecy.

The fiction section continues with "Extreme (Part II)" by Don Winslow, where extreme athletes embark on a thrilling heist that rivals any spy adventure.

On the visual front, the issue offers breathtaking pictorials, including Jessica Lewis's homage to the Polaroid and Jessica Ashley's artistic portrayal as Miss June. The highlight is the celebration of 2014's Playmate of the Year, Kennedy Summers, through a mesmerizing trip across the decades.

This issue is a rich compilation that caters to a wide range of interests, offering a blend of culture, entertainment, and sensuality.

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