Playboy Magazine, October 2007

Aug. 5, 2023 in PlayBoy 2000s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, October 2007

The October 2007 issue of Playboy Magazine is packed with intriguing articles, interviews, and pictorials that delve into various facets of contemporary culture and lifestyle.

"Students on Students" explores the modern college love life by featuring insights from eight female college sex columnists (and one male) about the rules, frequencies, and methods of love on the campus.

"Brew U" offers an educational deep dive into the art of brewing beer. The article serves as a guide for beer enthusiasts who want to understand more about the brewing process and the various types of beer produced from the holy trinity of water, hops, and barley malt.

In "The Ranch," David Black revisits the remains of a utopian dream. The writer, who was a part of a communal living experiment, discusses with other 'hippie offspring' about their experience and reflects on the legacy of this social experiment.

Playboy's 2007 NFL Preview by Rick Gosselin brings the analysis of the 2007-2008 NFL season, including grudge matches, season picks, and football's most significant stats.

In fiction, the College Fiction Contest winner David James Poissant presents "Lizard Man," a tale of a journey that takes an unexpected turn when an alligator appears in a backyard.

Playboy's Forum features "Defeating Dysfunction" by John Dean, where the author calls upon Democratic presidential candidates to hold Republicans accountable for the dysfunction in Washington's political systems.

The issue also includes interviews with Ali Larter, the duplicitous one-woman army from TV's Heroes, and Keith Olbermann, the witty anchorman from MSNBC's Countdown with Keith Olbermann.

The pictorials in this issue feature Alicia Machado, the first Miss Universe to pose nude for Playboy, Playmate Spencer Scott, a Georgia peach ready for the picking, and the uninhibited coeds of the SEC, the hottest conference in America.

As with all Playboy Magazine issues, this one is available in both digital and vintage print formats.

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