The November 1983 issue of Playboy Magazine continues its tradition of presenting engaging interviews, stunning pictorials, and insightful articles.
Kicking off this issue is a candid Playboy Interview with the legendary country music singer Kenny Rogers. Rogers, known for his warm, husky voice and storytelling style, shares some personal anecdotes and insights into his professional journey.
The feature article, 'Sex in the Age of Negotiation' by Laurence Shames, delves into the complex dynamics of modern relationships and sexual politics. It's a thought-provoking read that explores how societal norms and expectations surrounding sex and relationships have evolved.
The pictorial titled 'Women in White' offers a collection of artful photographs, celebrating the elegance and allure of women.
The Modern Living section includes 'Gentlemen, You May Smoke', a piece dedicated to exploring the nuanced world of cigars, and 'Computers Where the Joys Are', an article exploring the joy and convenience brought by advances in personal computing.
'Princess from the Pampas' introduces the Playboy's Playmate of the Month, while 'Playboy's Party Jokes' delivers a dose of humor to lighten up the mood.
The Attire section gives readers a 'Cold Flash!', a feature on the latest fashion trends, while the satire 'Bernard and Huey' offers a wry take on contemporary society.
The issue rounds off with '20 Questions' featuring Bubba Smith, 'Glory, Glory', a fictional narrative, and 'Winning Grooming', a Modern Living feature on male grooming.
Other highlights include 'High-Voltage Racquetball', a sports feature, 'Yonosuke to the Rescue', a ribald classic, and 'Sex in Cinema 1983', an article examining the portrayal of sexuality in the year's film landscape.
This November 1983 issue of Playboy Magazine offers a captivating blend of interviews, pictorials, articles, and humor, available on various online platforms and select vintage magazine stores.