Playboy Magazine, September 1984

July 15, 2023 in PlayBoy 80s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, September 1984

The September 1984 edition of Playboy Magazine presents readers with an array of engaging content, including candid conversations, enlightening articles, and stunning pictorials.

The issue starts with a candid Playboy Interview with Shirley MacLaine. The famed actress opens up about her personal and professional life, giving readers an insightful look into her unique world.

In "Julius Caesar and the Werewolf," a fascinating piece of fiction, readers are drawn into an alternate reality that combines history and myth. Other captivating articles include "Frigid Men," an exploration of male sexual health, and "Cocaine: A Special Report," a comprehensive look at the rise and impact of this controversial drug.

For those interested in the world of fashion, "The Retailoring of Jim Belushi" offers a deep dive into the actor's style transformation.

The magazine's visual content includes a feature pictorial "Cul Queen," as well as the annual college-focused "Girls of the Big Ten" pictorial. Additionally, the Playmate of the Month, "Getting Evenson," adds a classic touch of Playboy charm.

For sports enthusiasts, "Playboy's Pigskin Preview" provides a comprehensive guide to the upcoming football season. Humor enthusiasts will enjoy "Playboy's Party Jokes," "Playboy Funnies," and the satirical piece "Presidential Pursuit: The Reagan Edition."

Lastly, "Playboy Guide: Back to Campus" provides practical advice for college students, making this issue particularly appealing for the younger demographic.

The September 1984 issue of Playboy Magazine is available for purchase on various online platforms and at select vintage magazine stores.

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