The May 1991 issue of Playboy Magazine delivers a comprehensive blend of entertainment, news, humor, and lifestyle content.
Opening the issue is the 'Playboy Interview' with George Steinbrenner, where the baseball team owner talks candidly about his experiences and views. Delve into the serious matter of the Vietnamese community in 'Big Trouble in Little Saigon', an insightful article that delves into complex socio-political issues.
'Free Agent' is a captivating pictorial that showcases natural beauty and charm. Further articles include 'A Case of Loathing' and 'Giving Good Voice', which offer unique perspectives on various topics.
'This Sporting Life' covers fashion trends in the sports world, and the article 'Drinks for the Designated Driver' shares ideas for no-alcohol beverages, complimented by 'Playboy's Guide to No-Alcohol Beers'.
The Playmate of the Month feature introduces 'Yazel Dazzle', while 'Playboy's Party Jokes' offer a dose of humor.
A captivating piece of fiction, 'Who Dat', provides a break from reality, and the 'Playboy Music 1991' survey shares the popular music trends of the year.
To wrap up the issue, 'Playboy's 1991 Baseball Preview' provides insights on the sports season, and 'Playboy Collection' focuses on aspects of modern living.
The May 1991 issue of Playboy Magazine is available for purchase online and at selected vintage magazine retailers.