The May 2003 issue of Playboy brings a mix of adrenaline-pumping features, candid interviews, and insightful articles.
'The China Syndrome 2003' by René Chun examines the potentially catastrophic security concerns at the Indian Point nuclear power plant that could endanger 20 million people.
'High-end Spirits' by Ray Foley invites you on a luxurious journey of the world's most expensive cocktails, perfect for those looking to indulge their taste buds.
'The Velvet Rope Orgy' by Tanta Corrin gives readers a peek into exclusive, high-end group sex parties, marking a departure from old stereotypes and catering to a more glamorous crowd.
'Road Warriors' by James R. Petersen takes readers on an exhilarating journey with the latest four-wheel adventures, packed with speed, thrill, and the promise of more than just wind in your hair.
The 'Centerfolds on Sex' segment features Daphnee Lynn Duplaix who shares her sensual preferences and experiences, offering readers an intimate peek into her life.
Robert Crane's '20Q' section hosts an interview with CSI star Jorja Fox, who shares insights into the hit show and her role within it.
'Bumper Humpers' is a quirky look into the sexual drives of individuals, using personalized license plates as a fascinating insight into their owners' minds.
'Appropriate Sex' by Steve Almond is a light-hearted, yet insightful commentary on the challenges faced by a popular professor during the spring season on campus, dealing with the blooming sexuality and student attention.
The issue concludes with an interview with Billy Bob Thornton, in which he discusses his career, hallucinations, fear of Komodo dragons, and his infamous breakup with Angelina Jolie.
This Playboy issue, with its mix of bold narratives, exciting features, and intimate interviews, is sure to captivate a diverse audience. Available online and in select stores.