Jack Nicholson’s Sex Secrets

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Jack Nicholson s Sex Secrets alloy default image jpgThe new issue of Rolling Stone has some…interesting sex secrets from Jack Nicholson:

1981, when he was making The Postman Always Rings Twice, with Jessica Lange — a highly sexed-up piece that nonetheless features no nudity whatsoever. Jack, however, was dead set on making it "one of the naughtiest movies" and decided that the solution lay in showing an erection — "this kind of bulging railer" — through his 1940s pleated pants. To that end, he asked director Bob Rafelson to craft him a conventional prosthetic, but no one took him seriously, so when the day to shoot the scene arrived, he found himself empty-handed and irritated. Said Rafelson, "Well, jeez, if you’re so red-hot about this, go upstairs and see what you can do there." And so Jack did, "whipping away," he says, until he realized that some things were beyond even him.

Jack idolized Marlon Brando. He called him "the man on the hill" and was always delighted, or at least not horrified, when he found Brando’s underpants in his laundry.

Among the most blabbermouthy (of Nicholson’s partners) was late Playboy model Karen Mayo-Chandler, who once said, "He’s a nonstop sex machine. He’s into fun and games . . . like spanking, handcuffs, whips and Polaroid pictures," and who added that he eats peanut butter in bed "to keep his strength up."

And among those he has mentioned as lust fantasies are President Jimmy Carter’s wife, Rosalynn, President Franklin Roosevelt’s wife, Eleanor, and hotsy-totsy New Age guru and A Woman’s Worth author Marianne Williamson.

In the early Seventies it was well known as "the epicenter of the era’s drug-soaked social scene," according to one report, and while living there then Anjelica Huston nicknamed Jack "the Hot Pole."

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