Playboy Magazine, October 2003

Aug. 2, 2023 in PlayBoy 2000s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, October 2003

The October 2003 edition of Playboy delves into real-life dramas, candid discussions, and stimulating interviews.

'Siege at Rainbow Farm' by Dean Kuipers is a dramatic recount of the five-day standoff that turned a Michigan hippie utopia into a deadly battlefield when charges were filed against the two gay owners.

'Saturday Afternoon Smackdown' by Gary Cole is an annual preview that sorts out the winners from the losers in the realm of college football.

'Sex on Campus 2003' unveils answers to truly burning questions about today's college campuses, like the location of adult film shoots and the truth behind rumors of presidential daughters stripping at Yale.

'Ambushed!' by Molly Ivins and Lou Dubose gives a sneak peek behind the PR machine of President Bush, offering disturbing examples of public policy clashes.

'Working Without Wires' features Penn and Teller showcasing the magic of wireless stereos, DVD players, and televisions.

In 'Centerfolds on Sex', Teri Harrison shares her first fellatio experience, inspired by Sharon Stone.

'Open All Night' by Dave Attell reveals the best and strangest after-hours joints across the nation, from a piercing parlor to a nude karaoke club.

Robert Crane's '20Q' features an interview with Joe Rogan, the new host of The Man Show, who discusses his comedic journey and reveals why he won't date a comedienne.

The fiction section presents the winning story of the 18th annual Playboy College Fiction Contest, tracking a biker's quest for revenge, penned by Hardin Young.

The Playboy Interview with O.J. Simpson, conducted by David Sheff, provides a new perspective on his infamous murder trial, alleged involvement in an ecstasy-dealing ring, and ongoing legal battles.

The October 2003 issue of Playboy delivers a unique blend of in-depth reporting, personal stories, and engaging interviews. Available online and in select stores.

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