Playboy’s June 1995 issue begins with a candid conversation with Joycelyn Elders, a trailblazing public health advocate, in the ‘Playboy Interview’. The issue’s key articles include ‘The Safe Generation’, a comprehensive Playboy report on societal trends and ‘Come Out Swinging’, a stimulating read.
The pictorials in this issue feature ‘The Immoral Mr. Meyer’, a provocative photoshoot, and ‘Playboy Gallery: Shannon Tweed’, showcasing the stunning actress and model. The fiction section presents the engaging story ‘Skeeks’ to enthrall the readers.
‘Beautiful Screamers’ takes readers on a journey through the world of car enthusiasts, while ‘Citizen Turner’, a Playboy profile, offers an intriguing look at media mogul Ted Turner. ‘Help Us, Rhonda’ introduces the Playmate of the Month, with ‘Party Jokes’ ensuring a humor-filled read.
‘Tactile Ties’ and ‘In the Swim’ guide readers through summer’s hottest fashion trends, while ‘Gifts for Dads & Grads’ under modern living provides perfect gift ideas for the season’s celebrations. The satirical piece ‘An Interview with Pope John Paul II’ adds a touch of humor and irreverence.
Covergirl Julie Cialini (Nude & Centerfold) photographed by Stephen Wayda
Playmate of the Month is Julie Cialini photographed by Stephen Wayda
Ted Turner: The Sucker Deal That Made Him A Titan
Fear And Self-Loathing On Campus
20 Questions: Tom Arnold Free At Last
A Pictorial Salute To Russ Meyer And His Vixens
Playboy USA June 1995
English | 180 pages | PDF | 48 MB