The April 1990 issue of Playboy Magazine presents a variety of features, including engaging interviews, thought-provoking articles, fashion advice, and entertaining fiction.
Starting with the ‘Playboy Interview’, this issue includes an insightful conversation with physicist Stephen Hawking.
This month’s issue features the article ‘Sex on the Brain’ that delves into the fascinating connection between human sexuality and cognitive function. ‘In the Company of Men’ offers an interesting perspective on gender dynamics in modern society.
In the fashion segment, ‘Warming Trends’ provides readers with style inspiration and advice.
The pictorial ‘Brava, Allegra!’ showcases the beauty of the eponymous model.
Playboy’s Playmate of the Month, ‘Animal Pai’, is highlighted in her own pictorial.
For readers seeking some laughs, ‘Playboy’s Party Jokes’ section does not disappoint.
This issue features two Playboy profiles, one on actor James Spader and another on basketball coach Bob Knight.
The fiction piece, ‘The Burglar Who Dropped in on Elvis’, provides an engaging story for readers who enjoy imaginative narratives.
Finally, ‘The Cars of Rock & Roll’ is a tribute to the iconic vehicles associated with the music genre.
Covergirl Deborah Driggs (Nude) photographed by Stephen Wayda
Playmate of the Month is Lisa Matthews photographed by Arny Freytag
Girls Of The A.C.C.
Tony Curtis’ Daughter Makes A Smash Debut
Love And Lust: Why Men And Women Are So Hit-And-Miss
James Spader Made Easy by Jerry Lazar
Playboy USA April 1990
English | 184 pages | PDF | 51 MB