The July 1990 issue of Playboy Magazine is filled with a blend of fascinating interviews, engaging articles, captivating pictorials, intriguing fiction, and humor.
In the ‘Playboy Interview’, Quincy Jones, the legendary music producer, shares candid details about his life and career.
An article titled ‘Fighting the Wrong War’ offers a critical perspective on certain ongoing socio-political issues, while ‘The Gas- Station Caper and Other Tales of The Night’ provides an interesting account of late-night adventures.
The fiction section features a gripping narrative called ‘The All-Consuming’ that’s sure to catch readers’ attention.
‘The Boys of Winter’ dives into the world of winter sports, whereas ‘Brit Wit’ serves as a fashion guide with a British twist.
The Playmate of the Month feature introduces ‘Action Jackson’, adding to Playboy’s iconic roster of playmates.
‘Playboy’s Party Jokes’ offers readers a dash of humor, and ‘Power Play’, featured in the Modern Living section, explores the dynamics of influence and control in contemporary life.
Aaron Neville, a celebrated soul singer, is the focus of the Playboy Profile, and ‘Hanging Out with the Bundys’ provides a behind-the-scenes look at the popular television show.
‘Dishing with Sharon’, a stunning pictorial, and ’20 Questions’ with Matt Groening, creator of The Simpsons, round off the content of this issue.
Covergirl Sharon Stone (Nude) photographed by Stephen Wayda
Playmate of the Month is Jacqueline Sheen photographed by Stephen Wayda
Aaron Neville gets to the promised land
Fighting the wrong war by Robert Stone
Behind The Scenes With TV’s Raunchiest Family
What Men Risk For Love, By Asa Baber
Playboy USA July 1990
English | 176 pages | PDF | 51 MB