Playboy Magazine, March 2012

Aug. 10, 2023 in PlayBoy 2000s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, March 2012

Playboy's March 2012 edition is an eclectic blend of thought-provoking features, insightful interviews, captivating pictorials, and humor-filled columns that transcend earthly confines. The highlights include:


  • "The Playboy Club in Space": A.J. Baime and Jason Harper explore what awaits adventurous travelers in the cosmos.
  • "The Weird World of Biopolitics": Neal Gabler delves into the uncanny intersection of biology and politics, asking if our political views are inherently wired in us.
  • "Power to the People": James R. Petersen showcases the most thrilling bikes of the year, giving motorcycle enthusiasts a lot to rev their engines about.
  • "Smoke": Katherine Dunn offers an intimate glimpse into the final days of the late Joe Frazier, a true champion inside and outside the ring.


  • Paul Krugman: The Nobel Prize-winning economist and New York Times columnist speaks to Jonathan Tasini, shedding light on economic crises and potential solutions.
  • David Cross: Comedian David Cross sits down with Eric Spitznagel, sharing his perspectives on his sitcom, personal beefs, and life in comedy.


  • "Red-Hot Rio": Get ready for Carnival with a vibrant pictorial featuring some of Brazil's most stunning women.
  • "Playmate: Lisa Seiffert": Australian supermodel Lisa Seiffert invites readers to join her in an evocative spread, living up to her playful promise.
  • "Fight Club": UFC ring girl Britney Palmer delivers a knockout pictorial that's sure to make heads turn.


  • "Where Can I Get Some More?": Jonathan Ames humorously narrates his misadventure of falling off the wagon with Richard Pryor.
  • "When is Enough Enough?": Lisa Lampanelli offers an amusing take on women's particularities about sex and the art of compromise.


  • "Cole's Cuties": An amusing description of Jack Cole's cartoon women as "estrogen soufflés."

A rich tapestry of culture, art, politics, and pleasure, Playboy's March 2012 issue caters to a wide range of interests, ensuring a rewarding read for those looking for intellectual stimulation, visual delight, or a hearty laugh. Whether you're an economist or a biker, a comedian or a space traveler, this issue has something that will resonate with you.

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