The November 1999 edition of Playboy Magazine is a vibrant blend of captivating interviews, insightful articles, stunning pictorials, and engrossing humor.
The issue opens with a candid conversation with Jesse Ventura in the prominent 'Playboy Interview.' Ventura, the former professional wrestler and politician, provides an insightful look into his life, career, and views.
The issue's 'History of the Sexual Revolution' feature, titled 'Part X (1990-1999): Real Sex,' presents a comprehensive analysis of the significant changes in sexual attitudes and behaviors during the 90s.
The 'Time Capsule' segment offers a brief retrospective glance, whereas 'Fuck and Run' ventures into daring territory.
'The Knockout,' a pictorial, brings a visual feast for the readers, and 'Sex in Cinema 1999,' another pictorial, provides a glimpse into the erotic scenes of that year's cinema.
'Dune: House Atreides,' a gripping piece of fiction, offers an engaging read for the fans of the genre. Another fiction work in the issue, 'Personal Injuries,' unravels a unique narrative.
The 'Moto' fashion segment, 'American Muscle' cars feature, and the 'Campus Buzz' article provide practical insights and entertaining reads.
The 'Party Jokes' humor section provides laughs, and 'Little Annie Fanny,' a humor strip, adds to the fun.
The issue features Sheryl Crow in its personality segment and golfer David Duval in its profile section. The magazine asks '20 Questions' to George Jones, the country music legend.