Playboy Magazine, November 2006

Aug. 4, 2023 in PlayBoy 2000s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, November 2006

Playboy's November 2006 issue brings you compelling articles, intriguing interviews, and more.

"Islam in the Crucible" by Joseph Braude explores the ideological battle within Islam, discussing how religious leaders attempt to dissuade Muslim youth from embracing martyrdom and anti-American warfare.

In "The Worst Break of My Life," Steve Mack shares a personal account of penile fracture, discussing how men can overcome this frightening ordeal.

"Welcome to the Next Level" by Scott Alexander explores the state of the video game industry, presenting previews of the hottest games and diving into the latest console wars. The article also features a set of alluring video game vixens.

"How Suite It Is" provides a peek inside the opulent Hugh Hefner Sky Villa at the Palms Casino Resort Fantasy Tower in Las Vegas, joined by Playmates Amanda Paige and Sara Jean Underwood.

In the fiction section, "The Wisdom of the Doulas" by Sam Lipsyte introduces readers to Mitch, the city's only male midwife with a unique approach to postnatal care.

"The Playboy Voter: A Special Report, Part II" continues to explore Playboy readers' views on controversial political topics, revealing that Playboy voters often defy traditional party and regional lines, instead occupying a middle ground.

In 20 Questions, Tenacious D's Jack Black and Kyle Gass discuss their mock rockumentary, "The Pick of Destiny," and who gets more attention from female fans.

The Playboy Interview features Arianna Huffington, the first lady of blogs and the driving force behind The Huffington Post. She talks about her transition from mainstream media to the web and shares her views on the political climate, President Bush, and the role of religion in politics.

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