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”First, the bedpost notches: let’s get them out of the way. In his History of My Life. Casanova records sexual experiences with well over a hundred women – 122 to 136, depending on how one computes certain group and semi-consummated … Continue reading
Not every man is a legend in his own time but Giacomo Casanova (1724-1798) achieved legendary status well before his death, living long enough to be a “consultant’ on the first production of Mozart’s Don Giovanni. Soldier, scholar, lawyer, physician, … Continue reading
“…when he had conquered well, the women were the true winners, for he devoted himself to our pleasure with the intensity of a vocation. Indeed he believed fervently in female pleasure, thinking it greater than his own.” ( M.R. Lovric … Continue reading
”Generous to a fault, Casanova plied his lovers with money and expensive gifts, whether or not he could afford it. And his generosity did not stop at the bedroom door. He understood the intricacies of the female orgasm, believed that … Continue reading
Casanova: “I had women, I played, I joined in the fun, I bawled, I scorned and was never slave to my passions, but they gave me pleasure. Of not hiding myself, I made my profession…”The same principle which forbids me … Continue reading