Playboy Magazine, May 1997

July 25, 2023 in PlayBoy 90s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, May 1997

The May 1997 edition of Playboy Magazine delivers a mix of compelling interviews, insightful articles, enticing pictorials, and amusing humor.

The issue begins with the 'Playboy Interview', hosting a candid conversation with the esteemed writer, Saul Bellow. This is succeeded by an engaging article titled 'When No Doesn't Mean No', which explores the nuances of consent. Next up is an alluring pictorial of the Morrell Sisters, followed by the second part of the thrilling James Bond fiction, 'Zero Minus Ten'.

'Born in the USA', a feature on D2 fashion, leads into 'The Art of the Donald', an intriguing profile on the infamous businessman Donald Trump. A stunning pictorial gallery of supermodel Cindy Crawford is followed by 'Our Kind of Spirit', featuring Playboy's Playmate of the Month.

The 'Party Jokes' section guarantees to tickle your funny bone, while 'Suits and Tide' offers the latest trends in men's fashion. 'Playboy's 1997 Baseball Preview' promises to excite sports enthusiasts, and 'Dishing on DBS' provides the lowdown on the latest in electronics. A revisited profile of Playmate Cyndi Wood and a compelling piece on the '1997 Playboy Music' follow, capped off with a few words from musician Billy Corgan.

The issue concludes with a stunning pictorial of supermodels and a lively '20 Questions' session with the charismatic actress, Lucy Lawless.

This issue of Playboy Magazine is available for purchase online or at select vintage magazine stores.

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