Ivana Trump

Ivana Trump

Sex Education: A Matter of Life or Death

Ivana TrumpMy children are my treasures. I do not want to lose them to AIDS or, for that matter, have them find themselves respon­sible for unwanted children who could have been avoided. What I do want is to provide them with the strongest possi­ble foundation I can so they will have the chance to grow into healthy, caring, and productive adults. This is why I feel that sex education is so important.MORE from Penthouse

Skipping over the controversy and embarrassment of frank talk about adolescent sex, Ivana Trump takes the protection of her children seriously and wants you to do the same. Keeping your head in the sand isn't just irresponsible anymore - it could cost your child their health or even their life.

Aerosmith

Steven Tyler and Joe Perry

Aerosmith for PenthouseFew rock bands ever become household names, and even fewer last long enough to enjoy that distinction. If you ask any one member of Aerosmith if, in 1973, they thought they would still be at it 15 or 20 years later, bassist Tom Hamilton’s words might sum it up: “Thirty-five to me was like another lifetime.” Now 45, lead singer Steven Tyler would beg to differ. “As long as we remain inventive and keep breaking down walls and living on the edge, I think everybody’s going to always want to come and see what the fuck’s going on.”MORE from Penthouse

America's greatest rock n roll band are still just kids that want to be in rock gods, but they also have kids of their own. After thirty years in the business you can be sure there are more reasons than one they can still make a hit record.

Jay Leno

Jay Leno

King of Late Night

Jay Leno and Julie Strain“I think there are very few things that are more fun than making 500 or 1,000 or 2,000 people really laugh. Jerry Seinfeld and I always used to laugh about why you would take a vacation when you should just go somewhere and do your act. What would be more fun than that?”

No plume of smoke arose from the NBC studios in Burbank, California, last May to signal a succession in that network’s late-night papacy. But when James Douglas Muir Leno took over as host of “The Tonight Show” after the 30-year reign of Johnny Carson, it was an event that fairly cried for pomp and circumstance.MORE from Penthouse

Jay Leno reveals his personal experience with the not-entirely-glamorous world of the comedy circuit in his early days. His take on the late-night wars may surprise you.

Cindy Crawford

Cindy Crawford

Cindy

Cindy Crawford

Her slim legs are clad in sheer black stockings and perched atop wafer-thin heels. has always been the all-American girl next door, with a clean-cut, believable, healthy look that is tantalizing to men, but with a friendliness and a hint of curviness that appeal to women who are tired of stick thin models with silicone enhanced cleavage. She has never been the kind of superstar model who parties all night and pouts all day. Nor was she an overnight success. She worked extremely hard to overcome the criticism that once accompanied photos highlighting her now trademark mole just above her lips and persevered despite the then pervasive preference for blue-eyed blondes.

As Cindy talked to interviewer Karen Moline about the business, her self-image, and her husband, actor Richard Gere, she didn’t display even a hint of insecurity. At 26, an age when many models are considered past their prime, Cindy has the kind of attitude that keeps her on top. MORE from Penthouse

The original supermodel is more confident than she used to be, but still has realistic expectations for her future. Learn some more about the model men admire and women emulate.