Playboy Magazine, September-October 2017

Aug. 14, 2023 in PlayBoy 2000s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, September-October 2017

The September-October 2017 edition of Playboy Magazine serves up an engaging blend of culture, music, politics, literature, and visual delights. Here's what you can expect to find:


  • LET'S PLAY: Dive into the adventurous world of singer-songwriter Jhené Aiko and her upcoming release, "TRIP 17."
  • SEX: Exploring why more men aren't writing erotica.
  • MUSIC:Vic Mensa's thrilling debut album, "The Autobiography."A look at the Trump-era return of protest music.The War on Drugs' frontman revives rock and roll.
  • Vic Mensa's thrilling debut album, "The Autobiography."
  • A look at the Trump-era return of protest music.
  • The War on Drugs' frontman revives rock and roll.
  • ALSO: Highlights including spooky stats in Drawn Data, "Stranger Things" season two, and Playboy Advisor on dating a friend's ex.


  • INTERVIEW with Patton Oswalt: A candid conversation about dealing with life's tragic turns through comedy.
  • THE PUBLICLY TRADED HUMAN: The intriguing story of Mike Merrill, who sells shares of himself.
  • FICTION - "Subtract One Death" by T.C. Boyle: A poignant tale about tempting fate.
  • BUSY BEING BORNS: Indie singer Børns talks fashion, haircare, and getting weird.
  • 20Q with Halsey: Pop sensation Halsey discusses her open DMs, biracial heritage, and more.
  • FICTION - "Safeword" by R.O. Kwon: A couple explores kinky solutions to save their sex life.
  • TIM & ERIC AT 10: Celebrating a decade of absurdist brilliance from the creators of "Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!"
  • GROSSROADS 2.0: Examining the intersection of music and technology.
  • KINGSMAN: THE BIG EXIT: An exclusive Kingsman comic by Rob Williams and Özgür Yildirim.


  • THE BODY ELECTRIC: Daria Savishkina's high-voltage visit to Electric Lady Studios in New York.
  • NIGHT FEVER: A dusk exploration of the city skyline with Tsanna LaTouche.
  • TOUCH-TONE: September Playmate Jessica Wall commands attention.
  • FLOWER POWER FOREVER: Jordy Murray's nostalgic trip to Woodstock.
  • CENTER STAGE: October Playmate Milan Dixon captivates and enchants.
  • L.A. WOMAN: Carmella Rose's captivating tour of her California bungalow.

The September-October 2017 issue of Playboy Magazine delivers a compelling blend of contemporary culture, engaging interviews, stimulating fiction, and tantalizing visual aesthetics. Whether you're interested in exploring the artistic landscape, dissecting political movements, or simply enjoying the striking pictorials, this edition provides content that provokes thought and entertains.

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