Playboy Magazine, September 2007

Playboy Magazine, September 2007

The September 2007 issue of Playboy Magazine contains a variety of articles, interviews, and pictorials that reflect the eclectic and nuanced elements of contemporary culture and lifestyle.

"The Redclouds Revolution" by John H. Richardson provides an in-depth look at one of the internet's most active adult communities, RedClouds. The article explores how a curious programmer's private experiment has grown into a new phase of the sexual revolution.

"American Muscle" by Ken Gross takes readers into the heart of Detroit's neo muscle car movement. The feature showcases 21st-century rides, along with the classic cars that inspired them.

In "Teller Speaks," Fred Schruers offers a rare insight into the life and mind of Teller, the silent half of the famous comedy-and-magic duo Penn & Teller. The entertainer shares stories from his childhood and his unique partnership with Penn Jillette.

Playboy's 2007 Pigskin Preview by Gary Cole analyzes the top 25 college football teams of the year, along with All-America choices and Coach of the Year, Florida's Urban Meyer.

In the realm of fiction, Tobias Wolff's "A Mature Student" presents an unusual encounter between a 41-year-old student and her art history professor, exploring themes of forgiveness and irreconcilable differences.

Playboy's Forum introduces "Playboy of the Muslim World" by Erwin Arnada. The article shares Arnada's experiences as the editor-in-chief of Playboy's Indonesian edition amidst threats from Muslim conservatives.

The issue also features interviews with Jaime Pressly and Clive Owen. Jaime Pressly, star of "My Name Is Earl," discusses her tomboy past and her perspective on relationships. Clive Owen, a leading man in the movie industry, shares his experiences in the business and his approach to his work.

The pictorials in this issue include Christa Campbell, horror-film hottie, Playmate Patrice Hollis from Las Vegas, and a tribute to formfitting fetish wear by Byron Newman.

This issue, like all Playboy Magazine issues, is available in both digital and vintage print formats.

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