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<ul><li><p>The Intimate Sex Livesof Famous People</p><p>Sex Lives-final3 3/27/08 1:49 PM Page 1</p></li><li><p>Grateful acknowledgment is made for permission to reprint the following material:</p><p>Excerpt from A LOVING GENTLEMAN by Meta Carpenter and Orin Borsten: Copyright 1976by Meta Carpenter Wilde and Orin Borsten. Reprinted by permission of Simon &amp; Schuster, ADivision of Gulf &amp; Western Corporation.</p><p>Lifting Belly by Gertrude Stein: Reprinted by permission from BEE TIME VINE AND OTHERPIECES (19131927) by Gertrude Stein, Yale University Press.</p><p>Part IV from The Seven Phallic Poems by Rainer Maria Rilke: Selection is reprinted from RILKEON LOVE AND OTHER DIFFICULTIES, Translations and Considerations of Rainer Maria Rilke byJohn J.L. Mood, with permission of W.W. Norton &amp; Company, Inc. Copyright 1975 by W.W.Norton &amp; Company, Inc.</p><p>Lyrics from Purple Haze written by Jimi Hendrix: 1967 Yameta Co., Ltd. &amp; Six ContinentsMusic Publishing, Inc. Used by permission. All rights reserved.</p><p>Lyrics from Are You Experienced? written by Jimi Hendrix: 1967 Yameta Co., Ltd. &amp; Six Con-tinents Music Publishing, Inc. Used by permission. All rights reserved.</p><p>Lyrics from Dolly Dagger music and lyrics by Jimi Hendrix: Bella Godiva Music, Inc., Publishers.</p><p>Lyrics from Kitchen Man words and music by Andy Razaf and Alex Bellenda: Copyright 1929by MCA Music, A Division of MCA, Inc., New York, N.Y. Copyright renewed. Used by permission.All rights reserved.</p><p>Excerpt from the dedication of SEVEN PILLARS OF WISDOM by T. E. Lawrence: Copyright 1926,1935 by Doubleday &amp; Company, Inc. Reprinted by permission of Doubleday &amp; Company, Inc.,the Seven Pillars Trust, and Jonathan Cape Ltd</p><p>Lyrics from Dont Cry for Me, Argentina music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, lyrics by Tim Rice: Copyright 1976, 1977 Evita Music Ltd., London, England. Sole Selling Agent Leeds Music Corpora-tion, New York, N.Y., for North, South, and Central America. Used by permission. All rights reserved.</p><p>Photo credits for this new edition of Intimate Sex Lives of Famous People can be found on the FeralHouse website.</p><p>INTIMATE SEX LIVES OF FAMOUS PEOPLE 2008, 1981 by David Wallechinsky and Amy Wallace</p><p>All rights reserved.First Edition published by Delacorte PressRevised, Expanded edition by Feral House</p><p>Feral House1240 W. Sims Way Box 124Port Townsend, WA 98368www.FeralHouse.com / www.ProcessMediaInc.com</p><p>Designed By Hedi El Kholti</p><p>Sex Lives-final3 3/27/08 1:49 PM Page 2</p></li><li><p>The Intimate Sex Livesof Famous People</p><p>by Irving Wallace, Amy Wallace,David Wallechinsky and Sylvia Wallace</p><p>Sex Lives-final3 3/27/08 1:49 PM Page 3</p></li><li><p>Associate Editor: Elizebethe Kempthorne</p><p>Senior Staff Researchers: Helen Ginsburg, Loreen Leo, Anita Taylor, Linda Schallan, ToreneSvitil, Claudia Peirce</p><p>Assistant Staff Researchers: Diane Brown Shepard, Kristine H. Johnson, Karen Pedersen, Sue AnnPower</p><p>Editorial Aides: Linda Laucella, Lee Clayton, Joanne Maloney, Patricia Begalla</p><p>Photograph Editor: Danny Biederman</p><p>Foreign Researchers: Dr. Primo Povolato (Italy), Dr. L. Alonso Tejada (Spain)</p><p>Copy Editor: Wayne Lawson</p><p>When The Eds. is used, it means the material has been contributed by the authors and staff ofThe Intimate Sex Lives of Famous People.</p><p>A.E. Ann ElwoodA.K. Aaron KassA.L.G. Alan L. GansbergA.P. Adam ParfreyA.S.M. Anthony S. MaulucciA.W. Amy WallaceB.B. Barbara BedwayB.C. Barnaby ConradB.J. Burr JergerC.D. Carol DunlapC.H.S. Charles H. SalzbergC.L.W. Craig L. WittlerC.O. Carol OrsagD.M.L. Deci M. LowryD.R. Dan RileyD.W. David WallechinskyE.K. Elizebethe KempthorneE.Z. Ernest ZebrowskiF.C. Flora ChavezJ.L. Jason LouvJ.Z. John ZebrowskiK.P. Karen PedersenL.A.B. Laurie A. BrannenL.K.S. Laurie K. StrandL.L. Loreen LeoL.S. Linda SchallanM.B.T. Marguerite B. ThompsonM.J.T. Michael J. Toohey</p><p>M.S. Michael SheeterM.W. Mark WheelerN.C.S. Nancy C. SorelP.A.R. Patricia A. RyanR.G.P. Roberta G. PetersR.J.F. Rodger J. FadnessR.J.R. R. John RapsysR.K.R. R. Kent RasmussenR.M. Robert McGarveyR.S.F. Robert S. FensterG.A.M. Greg A. MitchellI.W. Irving WallaceJ.A.M. Joshua A. MartinJ.E. John EastmanJ.H. Jannika HurwittJ.M. Josef MarcJ.M.B.E. John M. B. EdwardsJ.M.M. John M. MoranR.W.S. Roy W. SorrelsS.B. Skip BaumgartenS.L.W. Sandra L. WeissS.W. Sylvia WallaceT.C. Tim ConawayV.S. Vicki ScottW.A.D. William A. DeGregorioW.A.H. William A. HenkinW.K. Walter KempthorneW.L. William Lawren</p><p>Sex Lives-final3 3/27/08 1:49 PM Page 4</p></li><li><p>The way in which people make love may tell us moreabout them than any searching analysis could.</p><p>Maurice Nadeau, editor of Les Lettres Nouvelles</p><p>Sex Lives-final3 3/27/08 1:49 PM Page 5</p></li><li><p>Sex Lives-final3 3/27/08 1:49 PM Page 6</p></li><li><p>Contents</p><p>INTRODUCTION (11)</p><p>1. SEX SYMBOLSJosephine Baker (15) Clara Bow (18) Lord Byron (20) Casanova (24) Jean Harlow (28) Mata Hari (31) Prince Aly Khan (34) Marilyn Monroe (37) Porfiro Rubirosa (41) Anna Nicole Smith (43) Rudolph Valentino (45)</p><p>2. ACTING IT UPMOVIES: John Barrymore (51) Charlie Chaplin (54) Gary Cooper (57) Joan Crawford (59) James Dean (62) W. C. Fields (65) Errol Flynn (67) Clark Gable (69) CharlesLaughton (72)STAGE: Sarah Bernhardt (74) Eleanora Duse (76) Lillie Langtry (79) Lillian Russell (81) </p><p>3. PAINTING THE TOWNPaul Gauguin (87) Vincent van Gogh (89) Francisco de Goya (92) Amedeo Modigliani (95) Pablo Picasso (97) Diego Rivera (100) Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (102)</p><p>4. THE QUILL IS COMPELLINGColette (109) George Sand (111) Gertrude Stein (113) Virginia Woolf (116) Mary Wollstonecraft (119)</p><p>5. THE PEN IS PROMINENTHonor de Balzac (125) J. M. Barrie (127) James Boswell (131) Sir Richard Burton (134) Lewis Carroll (137) Carlos Castaneda (139) Gabriele DAnnunzio (142) CharlesDickens (145) Fdor Dostoevski (148) Alexandre Dumas pre (150) William Faulkner (153) F. Scott Fitzgerald (155) Andr Gide (158) Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (160) Ernest Hemingway (162) Victor Hugo (165) Christopher Isherwood (168) James Joyce (170) George S. Kaufman (172) D. H. Lawrence (175) Jack London (178) W. Somerset Maugham(180) Guy de Maupassant (184) Yukio Mishima (186) Marquisde Sade (189) William Seabrook (192) Stendhal (195) August Strindberg (199) Leo Tolstoi (201) Mark Twain (204) </p><p>Sex Lives-final3 3/27/08 1:49 PM Page 7</p></li><li><p>H. G. Wells (207) Oscar Wilde (211) Thomas Wolfe (215) mile Zola (217)</p><p>6. POETIC LICENSERobert Burns (223) Emily Dickinson (226) Edna St. Vincent Millay (228) Ezra Pound (230) Rainer Maria Rilke (232) Algernon Charles Swinburne (235) Paul Verlaine (238)</p><p>7. LETS MAKE MUSICJohannes Brahms (245) Frdric Chopin (247) Maria Callas (249) Enrico Caruso (251) Claude Debussy (253) Duke Ellington (255) George Gershwin (258) Billie Holiday (260) Franz Liszt (262) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (264) Adelina Patti (266) Edith Piaf (268) Bessie Smith (271) Leopold Stokowski (274) Ptr Ilich Tchaikovsky (276) Richard Wagner (278)</p><p>8. ROCKIN AND ROLLINKurt Cobain (285) Jimi Hendrix (287) Michael Hutchence(290) Janis Joplin (292) Jim Morrison (294) Nico (296) Elvis Presley (298) Tupac Shakur (302)</p><p>9. COMMAND PERFORMANCESNapoleon Bonaparte (307) Pauline Bonaparte (310) Catherine II (313) Charles II (316) Cleopatra (320) Edward VII (322) Edward VIII (325) Elizabeth I (327) Farouk I (330) Henry VIII (332) Abdul-Aziz Ibn-Saud of Saudi Arabia (336) Louis XIV (338) Louis XV (341) Maria Louisa of Spain (341) Mongkut of Siam (346) Victoria (347)</p><p>10. FOLLOW THE LEADERU.S. LEADERS: Thomas Jefferson (353) Grover Cleveland (355) Dwight David Eisenhower (357) Warren G. Harding(359) John F. Kennedy (361) Franklin Delano Roosevelt (364)WORLD LEADERS: Benjamin Disraeli (367) Mahatma Gandhi (367) Adolf Hitler (373) Benito Mussolini (377) Eva Peron (380) Mao Tse-tung (383)</p><p>11. MAKE LOVE, NOT WARJohn Paul Jones (389) T. E. Lawrence (391) General DouglasMacArthur (394) Pancho Villa (397) Malcolm X (399)</p><p>Sex Lives-final3 3/27/08 1:49 PM Page 8</p></li><li><p>12. GETTING DOWN TO BUSINESSHenry Ford (405) William Randolph Hearst (407) Howard Hughes (410) Aristotle Onassis (414)</p><p>13. BED SPORTSJuan Belmonte (419) Wilt Chamberlain (421) Jack Johnson(423) Babe Ruth (426) William Tilden, Jr. (429)</p><p>14. HOLIER THAN THOUPope Alexander VI (435) Aleister Crowley (437) Father Divine (440) Mary Baker Eddy (442) Martin Luther(444) Aimee Semple McPherson (447) Grigori Rasputin(449) Paul Tillich (452) Brigham Young (454)</p><p>15. HEADS, YOU WINPSYCHOLOGISTS: Havelock Ellis (461) Sigmund Freud(464) Carl Gustav Jung (467) Margaret Sanger (470)Marie Stopes (473)SCIENTISTS: Albert Einstein (475) Guglielmo Marconi(477) Sir Isaac Newton (479)PHILOSOPHERS: Karl Marx (481) Ayn Rand (483)Jean-Jacques Rousseau (486) Bertrand Russell (490)Jean-Paul Sartre (493) Arthur Schopenhauer (496)</p><p>16. PLAY FOR PAYNinon de Lenclos (501) Virginia Oldoini, Countess of Castiglioni (503) La Belle Otero (506) Cora Pearl (509)</p><p>17. EVERYBODYS DOING ITNatalie Barney (515) Milton Berle (517) Isadora Duncan(519) Emma Goldman (522) J. Edgar Hoover (526)Henri Dsir Landru (528) Maria Montessori (530) Carry Nation (533) Waslaw Nijinsky (535) John Humphry Noyes(538) Robert Peary (541) Samuel Pepys (543) Alma Mahler Werfel (547) Frank Lloyd Wright (549)</p><p>SEXUAL CHARACTERISTICS (553)</p><p>INDEX (561)</p><p>Sex Lives-final3 3/27/08 1:49 PM Page 9</p></li><li><p>Sex Lives-final3 3/27/08 1:49 PM Page 10</p></li><li><p>The New, Expanded Intimate Sex Lives of Famous PeopleWhen the first edition of this book was released back in 1981, with long-sup-pressed information about political, scientific, literary and musical leaders, it wasnot the sort of thing that normally saw distribution on the front tables of majorbooksellers. Sure, there was The Joy of Sex and myriad racy how-to tomes, butrarely did this newfound sexual freedom impinge on the official biographies ofwell-known and distinguished men and women in world history.</p><p>It really seemed shocking to read about the intimacies of buttoned-up worldleaders, one kink after the other. According to the authors, the search for facts wasdifficult and challenging. They read biographies, over 1,500 of them, includingmany in foreign languages that they had translated just for the purpose. Theypored over rare pamphlets, correspondence, periodicals and newspapers on micro-film; they also leafed through legal transcripts and medical reports. They talkedwith lovers, confidants and associates of numerous people within the book.</p><p>The authors of this book were in fact a famous publishing family on theirown. Father Irving Wallace (March 19, 1916June 29, 1990) was a bestsellingauthor of dozens of novels, non-fiction books and screenplays; son David Wal-lechinsky co-wrote the influential What Really Happened to the Class of 65?,expert collections on the winter and summer Olympics, and the book Tyrantsthat adds to his yearly feature on the Worlds Worst Dictators for Parade Mag-azine. Wife and mother Sylvia Wallace (who passed away in 2006) wrote thebestselling novels The Fountains and Empress. Daughter Amy Wallace also wrote,among many other books, Sorcerers Apprentice, the fascinating memoir of herlife with the invisible guru, Carlos Castaneda. </p><p>The Wallaces put together such bestselling books as the multi-volume TheBook of Lists, The Peoples Almanac, and The Book of Predictions. The Intimate SexLives of Famous People (originally published by Delacorte Press) was one of themost fascinating works by this enterprising, daring and industrious family.</p><p>More than 25 years later, Amy Wallace and David Wallechinsky return toSex Lives adding new profiles on Kurt Cobain, Wilt Chamberlain, Nico, AynRand, Aleister Crowley, Jim Morrison, Anna Nicole Smith, Malcolm X, MichaelHutchence, Tupac Shakur and Carlos Castaneda. David and Amy have alsoadded a handy cross-referenced list of Sexual Characteristics held by the manypeople of influence within the book.</p><p>Perhaps the best thing about The Intimate Sex Lives of Famous People is itsrectitude, respect and (yes) fairness. If only the tabloid gossip-mongers had suchsophistication. Yes, you can have your cake and eat her too.</p><p> Adam ParfreyFeral House</p><p>Sex Lives-final3 3/27/08 1:49 PM Page 11</p></li><li><p>Sex Lives-final3 3/27/08 1:49 PM Page 12</p></li><li><p>Sex Symbols</p><p>I</p><p>Sex Lives-final3 3/27/08 1:49 PM Page 13</p></li><li><p>Sex Lives-final3 3/27/08 1:49 PM Page 14</p></li><li><p>15</p><p>Star of the FoliesJOSEPHINE BAKER (June 3, 1906Apr. 12, 1975)</p><p>HER FAME: In the 1920s and 1930s,dancer-singer Josephine Baker becamethe first black female entertainer to starin the Folies Bergre as well as the firstAmerican black woman to achieveinternational renown. Dancing theCharleston, wearing only a blue and redring of feathers around her hips, shetook Paris by storm.</p><p>HER PERSON: Her mother, CarrieSmith, told Josephine that her fatherwas a Spaniard whose family would notallow him to marry a black woman. Asan infant, Josephine was sent to live withher grandmother. She had an affinityfor music and on Saturdays joined in neighborhood jam sessions. By the timeJosephine returned to her mother, Carrie had married a man named Baker andhad given birth to three more children. They lived in a one-room shack in thepoorest section of St. Louis, Mo.</p><p>As the oldest child, Josephine was sent out to do domestic work for whitefamilies. She never forgot the cruelties that were inflicted on her, but she alsoremembered the kindness of one family, the Masons, who took her to the the-ater for the first time and encouraged her to build her own makeshift theaterin their basement. When Josephine confided to Mrs. Mason that Mr. Masonhad come into her room at night and stood beside her bed breathing heavily,she was sent back to her family.</p><p>While job hunting, 13-year-old Baker walked into the Booker T. Wash-ington Theater and applied for work. That evening she left St. Louis employedas singer Bessie Smiths maid. On Bessie Smiths advice, Baker became achorine at New Yorks Cotton Club.</p><p>In 1925 Baker went to Paris as part of La Revue Ngre. Asked to dance atthe prestigious Folies Bergre, Baker prepared for opening night by holdingbowls of cracked ice against her bosom to make her breasts firm and pointed.In her initial appearance onstage, she impressed the audience with her satin-like hair and her costume, which consisted of a belt of bananas and nothingelse. Her wildly darting image was reflected a thousand times as she dancedbefore a background of mirrors. Improvising, Baker sang and closed her act byleaping into a banana tree, spreading its leaves, crossing her eyes, and waving</p><p>Sex Lives-final3 3/27/08 1:49 PM Page 15</p></li><li><p>16 / Intimate Sex Lives</p><p>to the audience, which was applauding thunderously. To the French, this wasthe epitome of le jazz hot. Overnight, Josephine Baker became a sensationand the reigning queen of the Folies.</p><p>With the advent of WWII, Baker became a member of the French Resis-tance, delivering to the Allies the original copy of an Italian-Germancodebook. Bakers marriage to a Jewish businessman, Jean Leon, brought herto the attention of the Gestapo. They decided to liquidate her. According tothe plan, Hermann Gring invited her to dinner. Her fish course containedcyanide. Forewarned, Baker excused herself from the table as soon as the fishwas served, saying she had to go...</p></li></ul>