Playboy Magazine, September 2011

Aug. 10, 2023 in PlayBoy 2000s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, September 2011

The September 2011 edition of Playboy compiles a stimulating assortment of features, interviews, pictorials, and columns. Here's what awaits readers in this exciting issue:


  • "The Playboy Bar: Mezcal": Kent Black uncovers the allure of mezcal, the smoky Mexican liquor stepping out from tequila's shadow to shine in its own right as North America's oldest spirit.
  • "Pigskin Preview 2011": Football fans can gear up for the college gridiron season with Gary Cole's insights and predictions on the teams and players destined to dominate, from the Oklahoma Sooners to the Oregon Ducks.
  • "The Porn Identity": Mike Sager tracks down retired adult film stars Asia Carrera, Nina Hartley, Amber Lynn, and Kay Parker, exploring their lives and transitions after leaving the sex film industry.


  • Steve Buscemi: Kevin Cook sits down with the enigmatic star of "Boardwalk Empire," discussing his on- and off-screen injuries, quirky roles, and his unexpected path to superstardom.


  • Mercede Johnston: Venture to Wasilla, Alaska to discover the curvaceous Mercede Johnston, Levi Johnston's little sister, and her connections to the Palin family.
  • "Playmate: Tiffany Toth": Enjoy the captivating beauty of Miss September, a blonde beach lover who's at home in the surf and sand.
  • "Home Alone with Daisy Lowe": The stunning U.K. supermodel Daisy Lowe proves that inheriting genes from hip London musicians can certainly create something beautiful.


  • "Killing Moby-Dick": Nick Tosches dives into the world of life-changing literature, explaining how every man's list of transformative books is unique and personal.
  • "Where to Meet the Girl of Your Dreams... or Nightmares": Looking for love? Or maybe something a bit scarier? Lisa Lampanelli provides a witty guide to the best and worst places to meet women.

The September 2011 issue of Playboy offers a delightful blend of cultural insights, entertainment, sports analysis, and tantalizing visual treats. Whether seeking intellectual engagement or leisurely enjoyment, readers will find an array of content to capture their interest.

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