Playboy Magazine, November 2005

Aug. 3, 2023 in PlayBoy 2000s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, November 2005

The November 2005 issue of Playboy Magazine delivers an engaging mix of features, interviews, and pictorials.

"In Bed with Elvis" by Byron Raphael with Alanna Nash takes you on an intriguing journey behind the scenes of Elvis Presley's life, revealing secrets of his encounters with beautiful women like Marilyn Monroe and Natalie Wood.

"Shoot to Kill" by Scott Alexander introduces you to billiards pro Jennifer "Nine Millimeter" Barretta, who will surely amaze you with her incredible pool tricks. In "The Real Harvey," Harvey Pekar provides insight into his life, fame, and his new book, "The Quitter," through an autobiographical comic strip.

"The Strange Heresies of Thomas Gold" by Sonia Shah explores the unconventional theory of Cornell astronomer Thomas Gold about the origin and abundance of petroleum. The theory, initially met with skepticism, has begun to gain acceptance.

In "Down Lineman," Pat Jordan explores the life of Barret Robbins of the Oakland Raiders, a star player whose life took a tragic turn.

The fiction section presents "Harry and the Girl-Girl Scene" by Glen David Gold, a compelling story about a video-store owner's unexpected encounter with his favorite porn star.

In the Playboy Forum, Phyllis Chesler's "Gender Apartheid" examines the complicated relationship between feminism and views on Islamic terrorism.

The 20Q section brings you an up-close and personal interview with Steve Carell, the iconic actor from NBC's "The Office," while the Interview section engages Jamie Foxx, who reveals insights about his astonishing career and personal life.

The pictorials feature the sultry Kelly Monaco, the stunning Playmate Raquel Gibson, and an inviting glimpse into life at the Mansion with Hef's girlfriends, Holly, Bridget, and Kendra.

This issue is packed with a delightful mix of articles, interviews, and pictorials, designed to engage, entertain, and enlighten.

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