Playboy Magazine, October 2011

Playboy Magazine, October 2011

The October 2011 edition of Playboy is filled with compelling features, fascinating interviews, beguiling pictorials, and insightful columns. Here's a glimpse into this tantalizing issue:

FEATURES:

  • "The Weird Art of Seduction": Margaret Atwood pays homage to the titillating pinups of the legendary pulp magazine Weird Tales in a tribute that captures the allure of provocative art.
  • "The Exegesis of Philip K. Dick": Dive into a 1974 letter from the renowned sci-fi author Philip K. Dick as he explains the origins of his creative inspiration, illuminating his extraordinary literary mind.
  • "How to Run a Mistress": This cheeky guide outlines the etiquette of keeping an affair secret, from social media subtlety to wise travel arrangements.
  • "The Island of Doctor Ivanov": Rob Magnuson Smith explores the chilling records of a forgotten Soviet scientist who harbored ambitions to create a human-ape hybrid, shedding light on a strange chapter of scientific history.

INTERVIEW:

  • Paul Rudd: Eric Spitznagel sits down with the beloved actor to discuss Rudd's "Donnie the Dweeb" dance, his commitment to AOL email, and his surprising history of car accidents.

PICTORIALS:

  • "La Signora": Evelina Manna, the former mistress of Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, shares the allure that once mesmerized one of Italy's most prominent figures.
  • "Playmate: Amanda Cerny": Get to know Miss October, an adventurous adrenaline enthusiast with a lust for excitement.
  • "The Original Playboy Club Bunnies": Celebrate the women who made the Playboy Club Chicago a nightlife icon, including a look at Laura Benanti, the star of the NBC show inspired by the legendary venue.

COLUMNS:

  • "I'm a Bearded Lady in a Freak Show": Jonathan Ames opens up about the joys of self-loathing, taking readers on a journey through his mind's unique landscape.
  • "Don't Ask, Don't Tell": Lisa Lampanelli offers sage advice on why it's best to leave the past in the past when it comes to discussing former relationships with a current partner.

The October 2011 issue of Playboy merges the provocative with the profound, drawing readers into a world where the bizarre, the beautiful, and the intellectual coalesce. It's an edition that stimulates both the mind and the senses, inviting readers to explore the mysteries and wonders of human existence.

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