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- September 01, 1970
- June 17, 1949
- Atlantic City NJ USA
- 5' 6"
- 118 lbs
Like most women of the Seventies, Debbie Ellison couldn’t sit idly by while injustices continue to plague everyday civilians trying to earn an honest living. Debbie isn’t afraid to speak freely, like most youth, about the detriment prejudices, sexism and big businesses can cause. “The establishment seems to be coming down harder all the time on far-outs and dissenters,” says the Atlantic City-born beauty who now calls Beacon Hill home. Debbie is so serious in her fight against any sort of injustices that she marched her all-natural bottom down to Washington, D.C. with her fellow classmates to discuss where America’s priorities should be placed with its legislators. The experience, however, left the blue-eyed blonde feeling doubtful about positive change taking place in this day and age. “A lot of Congressmen refer you to their aides or have their secretaries tell you they're not in—but they're not very convincing,” says Debbie. Being a political lobbyist, she says, is something she does only once her homework has been completed. Lobbying, studying English literature at Harvard University and ballet at the Boston School of Ballet has Debbie plenty occupied, but she isn’t going to give up on either of passions, especially after she finally learned her way around Harvard Yard. “It takes quite a while to learn your way around here because all the streets in Cambridge look alike,” admits our blue-eyed Miss September 1970 who moved from Florida to Boston for school. “I'd like to conduct research in literary criticism and writing and perhaps combine my interest in dance and writing by doing reviews.” With interests in avenues that are polar opposites from one another, we couldn’t help but wonder how Debbie had acquired such different passions in the first place. “My father has been active in many areas of the arts: He's been a jazz musician, a designer, a cartoonist, an illustrator and a writer,” explains the all-natural blonde of her interest in the arts. “In my spare time, I love to read, dance, cook, wander through museums and browse in design and furnishing shops.” From dancing, lobbying and now, working for Playboy, Debbie’s list of extracurricular activities is extensive and continues to grow. “I'm a Bunny at the Playboy Club in New York,” says our Miss September 1970. “I love being a Playmate because they epitomize feminine desirability and charm to the American man.” Speaking of men, Debbie’s ideal man has to be someone just as ambitious as she is and he needs to challenge her on an intellectual level if he truly wants to make this sex kitten purr. “I admire men like Dr. Benjamin Spock, because of his willingness to stand up for his beliefs,” adds our Playmate of the Month. Paging Dr. Spock, we have a patient here who’s come down with a bad case of hot for doctor.