November's 1998 Playboy issue brings an array of stimulating content, beginning with a candid conversation in 'Playboy Interview' with Mike Tyson, the controversial and dynamic former heavyweight champion.
An intriguing look into the intimate lives of students is unveiled in 'Playboy's College Sex Survey,' offering insight into modern dating and sexual habits in university settings. This is complemented by a discussion of campus life in 'Sex and Man at Yale.'
The magazine's traditional 'Sex in Cinema 1998' pictorial celebrates the year's most sensual scenes in film, providing a visual feast for readers.
Also included is the winning entry in the 'College Fiction' competition, 'A Little Advance,' an engaging story sure to inspire emerging writers.
Tech-savvy readers will find 'Playing the Odds at Online Casinos' an interesting foray into the world of internet gambling, while 'Y2K: What's Really Going to Happen' provides a financial perspective on the looming turn of the century.
'Taylor Made,' November's Playmate of the Month, graces the pages with her unique allure, while 'Party Jokes' provide some comic relief.
'Road Rage,' a Playboy profile, delves into an individual's fascinating story, and 'Jimmy Hoffa's Greatest Hits' takes a retrospective look at the life and times of the infamous union leader.
Fashion-conscious readers will appreciate the 'Back to Campus Fashion' feature, and 'Dave's Garage' continues its focus on cars.
The issue concludes with '20 Questions with Dr. Drew Pinsky,' the celebrity doctor known for his work on Loveline, and the tantalizing 'Girls of the ACC' pictorial.