Issue: 20160601

Wednesday, June 1, 2016
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Playmate of the Year Eugena Washington Our Rabbit gets his ears wet with a cool dip, floating alongside our new PMOY.
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DODGE
DODGE
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PLAYBOY
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PLAYBILL
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Mitch Moxley We asked one American to return to China to get inside the head of an­other. Moxley, who spent six years writing about the country for West­ern publications, profiles expat sex- toy tycoon Brian Sloan, inventor of the Autoblow, in The M
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WeatherTech
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Table of Contents
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CONTENTS Departments NO FILTER Anything a man can shred, X Games skateboarder Leticia Bufoni can shred better 13 FOOD Meet a new generation of marijuana confectioners crafting epicure-class edibles 18 TECH Can e-bikes get America in shape again? 20
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PLAYBOY
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HUGH M.HEFNER EDITOR-IN-CHIEF jason buhrmester editorial director mac lewis creative director hughgarvey deputy editor rebeccah. black photo director jared evans managing editor editorial catauer, james rickman senior editors shane michael singh ass
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JOVAN
JOVAN
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THE VODKA
THE VODKA
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"The only thing your sex defines is the role you play in making babies."
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"Women who skateboard do it for the same reason men do it: because we love it. Skateboarding holds a univer­sal truth. It always starts with you and your friends riding at your favorite spots. It's about hanging out and having fun. For some reason,
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Dress for the Fest
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Stand out in the Instogrom fray ot this summer's music festivals with a killer jacket and accessories that are both practical and timelessly tasteful SUMMER STYLE SET LIST A classic silhouette upgraded with a matte-black frame and rainbow gradient l
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In Praise of Mindful Drinking
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As the mindfulness movement has entered the mainstream, so too has mindful drink­ing. "I want a martini, but could you put a little less booze in it?" is becoming a more common customer request, says Tristan Wil- ley, a bartender at the Long Island
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WILLIAM HENRY
WILLIAM HENRY
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Cannabis Goes Gourmet
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Julia Bainbridge
Precise dosing and artisanol craftsmanship are revolutionizing the business of edible THC "You know, I really want to make high-end edibles." So said recent Berkeley grad Vanessa Lavoratoback in 2010 in a moment of inspira­tion while riding the BART
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Can the E-Bike Save the World?
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CORINNEIOZZIO
At the very least, it'll make hauling to the beach a little easier Bike commuting is at an all-time high in the U.S., which is kind of a no-brainer. Pedaling to work saves money, eliminates parking hassles and reduces treadmill time at the gym. The
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MEET THE MODERN-DAY VOLKSWAGEN DUNE BUGGY
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Marcus Amick
The Baja Bug is back and more refined than ever While the VW Bug is hardly the first car a guy aspires to drive on his everyday commute, Volkswagen is up to something strangely ap­pealing with its limited-edition Dune. For the first time in a long w
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FOLLOW THE BUNNY
FOLLOW THE BUNNY
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My Way
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Alexis Wilkinson
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SHANE MICHAEL SINGH
<p>The first black woman to lead Harvard's humor magazine is now Veep's youngest staff writer. How she snagged those lofty presidential appointments against the odds. A year ago I was a confused, unemployed college kid applying to graduate schools...</p>
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Can Straight People Have Chemsex Too?
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RACHEL RABBIT WHITE
Have you heard about "chemsex"? It's apparently a trend among gay men: weekend-long parties, fueled by research chem- icals, that move from club to loft orgy back to club. I'm a straight man, and I seriously hope there's a straight-world equivalent.
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The Daniel Steiger
The Daniel Steiger
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PLAYBOY
PLAYBOY
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ON SUPERHEROES
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BEN SCHOTT
-HOLY BOX OFFICE! The 10 top-grossing superhero films (since 1978) have taken in more than $4billion in U.S. theaters alone, according to Box Office Mojo: $623 m . . . . The Avengers 2012 $535m .... The Dark Knight 2008 $459 m .... Avengers:Age of U
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20Q
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Rose Byrne
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Alex Scordelis
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The Most Disturbing Movie You'll See This Year
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Stephen Rebello
Drive director Nicolas Winding Refn finds his feminine side with The Neon Demon Squirming your way through his latest film, you start to wonder: Is Nicolas Winding Refn messing with us for his own perverse plea­sure? Worshipped by some and mocked by
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Weather Tech
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Does Hockey Need a Bigger Net?
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Scott King
With towering goalies and shrinking scores, the NHL confronts a crisis Last November, Chicago Blackhawks backup goaltender Scott Darling, a bearlike 27-year- old who stands six feet, six inches tall, offered a simple yet thorny truth to the Chicago
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PLAYBOY
PLAYBOY
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TV
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RADIO ON THE TV
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SEAN MANNING
<p>Cameron Crowe's <em>Roadies</em> is the latest in a wave of TV shows that depict the music industry's dying gasps—and hint at its salvation. Roadies, the new Showtime series created by Cameron Crowe, follows the managers, guitar techs, bouncers, bus drivers and miscellaneous crew of a touring arena-rock band, and while the music-industry milieu owes</p>
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Meet the Future of EDM
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Jeff Weiss
Three acts prove DJ David Guetta's proclamation that the genre "had to die so it could come back strong" Light a glow-stick pyre for the corporate-coined, neon-tinged initialism "EDM." With industry behemoth SFX filing for bankruptcy, bottle-poppers
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PLAYBOY SHOP
PLAYBOY SHOP
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FRANCOFILE
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JAMES FRANCO
<p>Author <strong>Tom Bissell</strong> on religion<sup></sup>, drugs, video games and the wild legacy of the historically bad cult film <em>The Room</em></p>
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moods of norway
moods of norway
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Learning to Love Trump Supporters Through Craigslist
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It's hard to get a handle on the Donald Trump constituency. Since his campaign started, its daily contortions have dominated our news and social feeds with an ever-tightening focus on the rage-fueled pageantry of his rallies. The individuals are los
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moods of norway
moods of norway
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Culture
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The Modern-Day Delirium of "Just Say No"
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ALEX SUSKIND
<p>As our nation barrels toward widespread marijuana decriminalization, what is D.A.R.E. going to do? The antidrug program D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) began in 1983, at the height of Ronald Reagan's escalation of the war on drugs, with a</p>
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THE DEBATE OVER DEBATES
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JOHN MERONEY
Big corporations control the presidential debates. Can the unlikely duo of Trump and Sanders end that? The past year has upended the D.C. establishment, and some amongthe sur­viving ruling class fear they maybe next. Folks at the Commission on Presi
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Stauer
Stauer
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Playboy Interview
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Trevor Noah
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David Hochman
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Cool Front
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The Unraveling of DNA Forensics
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CHRIS BERDIK
<p>Anita Frazier hurried across the manicured lawn of the stately old court­house in Moultrie, Georgia and up the marble front steps. It was four p.m. on February 26, 2002. Frazier had spent that and the previous day in court, watching the man she loved being tried for participating in the gang rape of another woman.</p>
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Playmate
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Josie Canseco, Miss June, 2016
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<p>Josie Canseco doesn't want to hear it. "I'm so over people asking, 'Are you related to the baseball player?' My family name has a lot of talk behind it," says Miss June on the set of a photo shoot in Malibu. "I believe one of my biggest achievements</p>
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The Man Who Wants to Change the Way Men Get Off
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MITCH MOXLEY
Beijing businessman Brian Sloan reinvented the male sex toy to the tune of $10 million. Is he the perfect entrepreneur for the digital-sex era? Meet Ruby Temptations. That's her, spread- eagle and nude from the waist down on a king- size bed in the
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GOOD-BYE TO ROOTINE
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RON CARLSON
<p>Sheridan Hayes had not seen Donnie's new hat. There was a great deal of loud talk and extended debate about whether he had sat down on Bonnie's black Stetson on purpose, and how could he not see such afabulous and not-small hat and how could he not</p>
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Playmate of the Year
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Eugena Washington
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<p>When we first encountered Eugena Washington last year, she was determined to flaunt a different side of herself—a side unseen in her appearances on runways and in TV commercials. Stripped down, Miss Decem­ber 2015 proudly said of her pictorial, "For</p>
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Artist in Residence
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CHRIS "DAZE" ELLIS
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Eric Steinman
<p>It's no accident that the two seminal films about New York graffiti and hip-hop culture in the early 1980s both have the word "style" in their titles (Style Wars and Wild Style). When you're tagging a subway car with one eye looking outfor the polic</p>
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PLAYBACK
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JUNE 1969 Outtakes from Playmate of the Year 1969 Connie Kreski's photo shoot.
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MACK WELDON
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THE BRADFORD EXCHANGE
THE BRADFORD EXCHANGE
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