The May 1981 issue of Playboy Magazine delves into a range of intriguing topics, from the transformation of attitudes toward death to the looming computer revolution.
In the "Playboy Interview," renowned psychiatrist Elisabeth Kubler-Ross speaks candidly about her groundbreaking work in revolutionizing attitudes towards death and treatment of the dying. She discusses her controversial theories on the afterlife, her personal out-of-body experiences, and a recent scandal that affected both her professional and personal life.
In the fiction section, William Hauptman's "Good Rockin' Tonight" presents an entertaining narrative about the struggles of two Texas brothers who attempt to impersonate Elvis after the iconic singer's death.
In a stunning pictorial, readers are introduced to the enchanting 18-year-old Gabriella Brum. The former Miss World from West Germany, who surprisingly surrendered her crown, shares her aspirations for the future.
Finally, in "A Guerrilla Guide to the Computer Revolution," Robert E. Carr offers a comprehensive exploration of the burgeoning world of home computers. Carr's report provides an overview of the state of the art of home computers and what readers can expect from these devices in the near future.
The May 1981 issue of Playboy combines thought-provoking interviews, engaging fiction, captivating pictorials, and insightful articles. This vintage magazine is a fascinating read for enthusiasts and collectors, available in specialty magazine stores or online platforms for old magazines.