Playboy's May 1985 issue offers a diverse range of fascinating content, including a candid conversation with Boy George, enlightening articles, compelling fiction, eye-catching pictorials, humor, a fashion section, and more.
Kickstart your reading with the Playboy Interview featuring Boy George, where the pop music and fashion icon shares personal insights and stories.
Navigate the complex world of college intimacy in the article "Campus Sex," and delve into the pictorial "Vanity Rare" showcasing the beauty of Vanity, a model and singer.
Engage in a thought-provoking narrative with the fiction piece "More Than the Sum of His Parts," and whet your appetite with "Seductive Skilletry," a food segment promising delightful culinary creations.
The issue also includes the article "Rookie" about Dwight Gooden, the youngest player to win the Cy Young Award in Major League Baseball.
Enjoy the pictorial "Kathy Goes to Hollywood," featuring Playboy's Playmate of the month, and get your dose of humor with "Playboy's Party Jokes."
The article "The Fall of Saigon" offers an insightful retrospective of a significant historical event, while "International Hot Lines" provides readers with a peek into global fashion trends.
Engross yourself in the fiction piece "Scoring" and take a look back at the previous year's film highlights in "The Year in Movies."
The issue concludes with the much-anticipated "Playmate of the Year" pictorial and 20 Questions with Marvin Hagler and Thomas Hearns, two legendary boxers.
This edition of Playboy Magazine is now available for purchase online and at select vintage magazine stores.