The November 2007 issue of Playboy Magazine offers a rich array of engaging articles, insightful interviews, and tantalizing pictorials.
"The Passion of Paul Wolfowitz" by James Rosen provides an inside look at the World Bank scandal that led to Wolfowitz's exit. Rosen reveals how Wolfowitz's relationship with his girlfriend was exploited by his enemies.
"The Sexual Male, Part Three: Sex on the Brain" by Chip Rowe is the third installment in a series exploring the science of male sexuality. This installment focuses on the brain's role in arousal, sexual preferences, and romantic relationships.
"Geniuses at Play" by Scott Alexander takes a deep dive into the evolving world of video games. The article features interviews with some of the industry's leading creators, shedding light on the future of gaming and its passionate fanbase.
"Straight Talk Expressed" features a conversation with Fred Thompson, where he talks about politicians' communication styles and why voters crave honesty.
"The Iceman Cleans Up" by Lucius Shepard brings readers an intimate look at Chuck Liddell, the UFC's biggest celebrity, discussing his training regimen, family life, and experiences in the fast lane.
Playboy's Forum presents "Why Don't Liberals Dream?" by Stephen Duncombe, challenging Democrats to leverage the power of spectacle in politics to sway the masses.
The issue includes candid interviews with Matt Leinart, discussing his life, career, and difficult decisions, and Robert Redford, who opens up about aging, avoiding scandal, and his political views.
In the pictorials section, Kimberly Bell shares her experiences post her relationship with Barry Bonds, Miss November Lindsay Wagner poses both in and out of the ring, and a new breed of extraordinary women revive the Bunny tradition at the Playboy Club in Las Vegas.