- Gary, Indiana
- Blue eyes, bubble butts (rounded glutes), strawberries and champagne at the hot tub
- I respond to a man who's...
- Sensitive to a woman's needs, creative romantically yet knows how to be wild
- I'd love
- A candlelit dinner in Paris, then a walk on the beach
Now unabashedly outspoken, it's hard to imagine McDougal was once a timid presence. "I was always wholesome little Karen," she said in her Playmate interview. "In high school my nickname was Barbie, as in Barbie doll--the nice, sweet, perfect girl. That sort of girl isn't expected to be seen in the most-looked-at men's magazine in the world."
McDougal’s inherent innocence naturally led to a compassionate profession, feeding the youngest minds in the country. “I teach preschool because I love kids,” she begins, steering the subject toward more personal goals. “I want to have a few children of my own one of these days,” she admits. “My mother has 12 brothers and sisters, each with at least six kids of their own. I have almost 100 cousins. If I can find the right man, I want to start adding to the family total. I’m a nurturer.”
McDougal’s traditional vision for the future proved a hot topic in our time with the gorgeous entity, she soon delved into the qualities of her dream man. “I respond to a man who is sensitive to a woman’s needs,” she begins. “A man who is creative romantically, yet who knows how to be wild at the same time.” Blue eyes and bubble butts are what she lists under important physical qualities.
A candlelit dinner in Paris. A walk on the beach at dusk. A hot-air balloon ride looking down at city lights. These are qualities of her dream date, later adding an intimate dip in a hot tub with strawberries and champagne. You may believe it’s a bit much for a date, but McDougal is a confident woman who knows what she wants and how to get it. “A woman can be whatever she wants to be,” she asserts. “It’s all in her attitude.”