Monday, July 20, 2009

When Worlds Collide

I just love when worlds collide, as they do here, where Murdoch rag the New York Post discusses famed philosphers Jean Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir. Of course, the note has nothing to do with their writings, and everything to do with their sex lives. Fantastic!!!!!!

New York Post - PAGE SIX

July 19, 2009 --

FAMED French existentialist Jean- Paul Sartre had a lifelong affair with philosopher Simone de Beauvoir, but was turned off by her voracious sex drive, a new bio reveals. "Sartre was be wildered by the sexual demands made of him, which he found impossible to meet," writes Carole Seymour-Jones in "A Dangerous Liaison," out in Septem ber. She quotes the "No Exit" author la menting: "I was reasonably well- equipped . . . and I often made love, but without very great pleasure. Just a little pleasure at the end, but pretty feeble. I should have been quite happy in bed with a naked woman, caressing and kissing her, but without going as far as the sexual act."


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