Legacy

FROM February 1994

Cyberspace

Space may end up being the final frontier, but Penthouse has been extolling the virtues of Cyberspace for decades. Consider it a nice way to spend time while we wait for real space travel.

Cyberspace
FROM February 1984

The Metropolitan Horror

Images of “The Met” may instill strong emotions ranging from a sense of peace and freedom to romance and passion. One night, though, it was about murder.

The Metropolitan Horror
FROM February 1974

The Dolls

Playing with “the dolls” takes on an entirely new meaning in this look into atypical sexuality from half a century ago.

The Dolls
FROM January 2014

Aaron Lewis

Music fans from wildly different persuasions may know Aaron Lewis and may swear by his expertise in both the rock and country genres.

Aaron Lewis
FROM January 2004

Prison Censorship

Never even considered Prison Censorship? Your view likely reflects whether you think prisons exist for either punishment or rehabilitation.

Prison Censorship
FROM January 1994

Disabled Intimacy

Interacting with the “disabled” can be difficult for the “abled” folks. We should all seek normal civil interactions in those cases, though.

Disabled Intimacy
FROM January 1984

Sting

Originally published 40 years ago (as of now), Penthouse managed to capture a bit of the Sting persona that still holds today. Smart people keep being smart.

Sting
FROM January 1974

Transsexuals

Just hearing the word “transsexual” can spin a great many people off into a chasm of confusion or even fear. We looked at it 50 years ago.

Transsexuals
FROM December 2003

Randy Miller

With skills like Randy Miller possesses, career choices would have been plentiful. So why risk death every single day? Yeah, we honestly have no idea.

Randy Miller