He has certainly made up for lost time, but Playboy founder Hugh Hefner has revealed he didn't lose his virginity until the relatively adult age of The year-old told the New York Times he spent his youth poring over marriage manuals and sex handbooks, craving a Playboy style publication to teach him all the things he had yet to learn about the opposite sex. Hef has married twice, and both women cheated on him - the fallout after second wife Kimberly Conrad's infidelity led him to "overcompensate" by dating multiple women at once, and cultivating the Hugh Hefner image he's most famous for. At one point in the 80s Hef was living with seven women, and trying to enforce a 9pm curfew to keep them from dating anyone else. Hes's year-old assistant, Mary O'Connor , can't believe so many girls are willing to bare all for Hef's iconic pubication.
Hugh Hefner Talks Age At Virginity Loss, 'Overcompensation' Issues
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Newly-engaged Hugh Hefner is profiled in the New York Times magazine, and he talks about his wild past and finally settling down at 84 with Crystal Harris, I expect to spend the rest of my life with her. Hef tells the NYT that his first two wives cheated on him, and he felt older and "not well" during his marriage to Kimberley Conrad, the Playmate he wed in Their divorce was not finalized until last year, even though they split in The aftermath, he now admits, was "overcompensation," as he began dating posses of women, including one named Brandy and a pair of twins named Sandy and Mandy. At one point, early in his '80s, he was living with seven young women and trying vainly to enforce a 9 o'clock curfew to keep them from dating anyone else. The wild period of Hef's early 80s, including "dead fish" Viagra sex, is chronicled in startling detail in former Playmate Izabella St James' tell-all book.
The untold truth of Hugh Hefner
There is almost nothing in this life of which you can say Hugh Hefner deserves better. The daffy Playmate of the Month captions apart, the editor and publisher of Playboy appears deficient only in unauthorized biographies. Rather than threaten millions in libel action, the bashful biographee would have been smarter to stay in bed.