The March 1990 issue of Playboy Magazine offers a diverse selection of features, including candid interviews, engaging articles, fashion insights, and humor.
The magazine starts with the ‘Playboy Interview’, where businessman and future President Donald Trump shares his views in a candid conversation.
The issue features several articles, such as ‘Rocking Racism’ by Dave Marsh, which discusses the intersection of racism and music, and ‘Big Deal in Paradise’, exploring the intricacies of a significant event. ‘Did Winston Churchill Pump Iron?’ by Geoffrey Norman examines the famed leader’s fitness routine, while ‘Why Guys Can’t Say “I Love You”‘ shares some opinionated insights on male expression of emotions.
In the fiction segment, ‘Exes’ by Dan Greenburg provides an engaging narrative to captivate readers.
The issue also includes the fashion piece ‘Top-Drawer Shirts & Ties’, which offers advice on high-quality men’s attire. The modern living feature ‘Has an Unlisted Number?’ provides tips on maintaining privacy in the modern world.
‘Daring Deborah’, Playboy’s Playmate of the Month, is highlighted in a pictorial, while ‘Fax and Figures’ offers another visually striking set of images.
As always, ‘Playboy’s Party Jokes’ section brings some light-hearted humor to the mix.
In the ‘Playboy Profile’, readers are given an in-depth look at Jerry Jones, the owner of the Dallas Cowboys.
Covergirl Brandi Brandt & Donald Trump (Not Nude) photographed by Stephen Wayda
Playmate of the Month is Deborah Driggs photographed by Richard Fegley
Cars 1990: We pick the hottest, sharpest, sexiest
Rock And Racism: Has The Dark Side Taken Over Pop Music?
Fax ‘N’ Figures: Sex Comes To The Electronic Office
World-Class Playmates From Our Far-Flung Empire
Playboy USA March 1990
English | 190 pages | PDF | 50 MB