#TuesdayTease: May 27th 2014
The best follow-up to your Memorial Day weekend
20Q: Kevin Hart
The world’s funniest—and shortest—sex symbol opens up about his newfound fame.
The Meat Hook Meat Book Interview
Summer is around the corner so what better time to learn how to properly butcher at home!
Playboy Retro: Bunny Yeager’s Girls
The legendary pin-ups shot by the pin-up queen Bunny Yeager are featured in this installment of Playboy Retro.
Playboy Advisor: The Mile High Club
The Playboy Advisor tackles your trickiest sex questions.
Comeback Kid: The Redemption of Nicolas Cage in Joe
Thanks to the excellent new indie drama Joe, Nicolas Cage is back. But did he ever go away?
This Week in Sex: Beer Goggles, Why Women Cheat
Lots of sex news to report this week. Check out stories ranging from science proving beer goggles to cheating women's motivations...
Love & Bourbon for Everyone
Bourbon tasting & bourbon-mixing with Master of Whisky Kyle McHugh.
Playboy Retro: Music Video Playmates
Check out the legendary music videos starring the sexy Playmates of our dreams.
Facetime with Rachel Lynn Owen
We can't wait to find out more about this curvy brunette Cybergirl
#FriskyFriday: May 23rd 2014
These girls want to wish you a happy Memorial Day weekend
Nikki Benz: Toronto's Sexiest Mayoral Candidate
Pornstar Nikki Benz is running for mayor of Toronto, read our Playboy.com interview with her here!
Oral Sex with Dr. Emily Morse
Study for your oral exam with the good doctor.
At the Fights with Author Irvine Welsh
Irvine Welsh, the Scottish author of a long string of drug- and crime-ridden classics such as Trainspotting, talks to Playboy...
Femme on Fire: Simone Simons
Get to know the hottest women in metal Simone Simons.
Wim Hof climbed mount Everest in shorts, can hold his breath for five minutes and can fight off disease with his mind. Now he...
CULTURE CLUB: Neko Case Loves You
Playing with gender and genre, the singer-songwriter keeps amazing her audiences.
Playboy Forum: FREE-MARKET HYPOCRISY
According to conservatives, government regulation is bad. But not when political donors are involved