Playboy Magazine, June 2016

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

Playboy Magazine, June 2016

Here's a glimpse of the content you'll find in Playboy's June 2016 issue:

Departments and Features:

  • No Filter: X Games skateboarder Leticia Bufoni shreds like no man can. Her relentless pursuit of greatness is an inspiration.
  • Food: Enter the world of marijuana confectioners as they craft epicurean delights with a new generation of edibles.
  • Tech: Can e-bikes bring America back to fitness? Explore the potentials and challenges of electronic cycling.
  • My Way: Alexis Wilkinson shares her journey through the white boys' club of Harvard comedy, breaking barriers along the way.
  • Advisor: Sex on drugs? Rachel Rabbit White guides you on how to rock responsibly. Also, dive into selfie-worthy music festival styles, fun cocktails with less alcohol, and take a test drive of a studded VW Bug.
  • The Rabbit Hole: Unravel the mythical, historic, and economic secrets of superheroes with insightful analysis.
  • 20Q with Rose Byrne: From "Bridesmaids" to "Neighbors" to "X-Men," actress Rose Byrne opens up about her multifaceted career and life.
  • Sports: As hockey goalies grow wider, taller, and heavier, the sport faces a critical question: should the nets grow too?
  • TV: With the music industry in decline, new shows reflect on the golden era, rhapsodizing the good times.
  • FrancoFile: James Franco reveals how author Tom Bissell managed to quit cocaine, escape Estonia, and (sort of) find faith in Jesus.
  • Culture: Is it time for America to move beyond the outmoded ideas of D.A.R.E.? Explore the debate.
  • Politics: Analyzing how Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump could inadvertently dismantle the corporate structure behind political debates.

The June 2016 issue of Playboy taps into the pulse of modern society, offering readers a rich and diverse selection of content. Whether you're intrigued by cutting-edge technology, celebrity insights, cultural phenomena, or the transformative power of sports, this edition promises to engage and entertain.

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