Playboy Magazine, November 1986

July 17, 2023 in PlayBoy 80s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, November 1986

The November 1986 issue of Playboy Magazine provides an eclectic blend of interviews, pictorials, articles, and humor that keep in line with Playboy's tradition of compelling entertainment and thought-provoking content.

Starting with a candid Playboy Interview with Joan Rivers, the issue opens a window into her fascinating life and career. The 'Dudes' article explores an aspect of modern culture, and the pictorial 'Seems Like Old Times' provides a visual treat to the readers.

The issue features the 1987 Playboy Music Poll, offering insights into popular music trends, and the 'Revvin' Devin' pictorial captures the alluring beauty of Devin Devasquez. The 'Professional Soldier' fiction piece adds a riveting story to the mix.

Modern living is addressed through the article 'Winning the Skin Game' and 'State of the Audio-Video Art', while 'Sold On Donna' introduces Playboy's Playmate of the Month. 'Playboy's Party Jokes' ensures a light-hearted read.

David Horowitz answers the '20 Questions', and 'Ordinary People' sheds light on everyday human stories. The fashion piece 'Steve Guttenberg, Get Serious!', the intriguing article 'Climbers', and the visual depiction of 'Sex in Cinema 1986' contribute to the rich variety of the issue. The Playboy Gallery, the sports column 'The Ones to Watch', and the stunning pictorial 'Foreign Body's Beauty' conclude the content for the month.

This edition of Playboy Magazine is now available for purchase online and at select vintage magazine stores.

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