Elvis Presley’s Girlfriends

Priscilla Presley

Elvis and Priscilla Beaulieu met for the first time in 1959 while Elvis was stationed in Germany with the US Army. UU. Priscilla was 14 when Elvis met her. Elvis’ relationships with young women were pointed out in “In his love life” by Reuben Fine, who observed that Elvis “quickly became attached to teenage girls, and he loved to wear white panties in bed with him. for a long time he would not have sex with them, whom he described as ‘jail bait’. “In similar terms, Brent D. Taylor has stated that” Elvis’s closest female relationships were generally with young girls around 13 or 14, who finished when they reached adolescence, had slumber parties, pillow fights and gave themselves to ‘girl talks’, just as he did with Gladys. ” “As a perpetual young man”, Elvis was “attracted to young women”,  and “Elvis felt comfortable with these teenagers” because he “was so insecure … That’s why he needed younger girls” .  Elvis’s biographer, Alanna Nash, also confirms that the singer had a predilection for young teenagers. The author says that Presley was too attached to his mother and could not relate normally to mature women; Presley presumably looked for very young girls because she felt threatened by older women. [Four. Five]

In 1962 or 1963, Elvis managed to convince Beaulieus, understandably reluctant, to allow her teenage daughter to live with her father, Vernon and her stepmother, Dee Presley, in a house that Elvis bought on Hermitage Drive in Memphis, located in the part Graceland’s back. However, that agreement lasted only a few weeks, and Priscilla slipped from side to side between the house of Vernon and Graceland. In his 1985 autobiography, Elvis and I, written with author Sandra Harmon, Priscilla describes Presley as a very passionate man who was not openly sexual with her. According to her story,  the singer told her that they had to wait until they got married before having sex. He said: “I don’t say we can’t do other things. It’s just the real encounter. I want to save him.” Priscilla says in her autobiography that she and Elvis did not have sex until the wedding night. However, this statement is questioned by Suzanne Finstad.

They were married on May 1, 1967 in Las Vegas, Nevada, and their daughter Lisa Marie was born nine months later, on February 1, 1968, in Memphis, Tennessee. In her book, Elvis and Me, Priscilla describes her daily life with her husband. He also says that Presley was fascinated with hidden and metaphysical phenomena and a prescription drug addict, who drastically changed his personality from playful to passive and introverted. The Presleys separated on February 23, 1972 and divorced on October 9, 1973, agreeing to share custody of their daughter. When Priscilla left him for his karate teacher Mike Stone, the “ego of the singer was irreparably damaged … Considering Presley’s status as a universal sexual symbol …, it is unlikely that he could put this situation in some kind of perspective apart from not being ‘man enough’ to support his wife. ” According to Billy Stanley, “he was not the same person” as before. Priscilla says she faced Elvis about the divorce. According to his account, he forced himself on her; “‘This is how a true man makes love with a woman,’ he said.” However, Priscilla in an interview stated that she regretted her choice of words in describing the incident, and said it had been an exaggeration.

Freudian psychologists and other sexual psychologists say that Presley is a “classic example of the mother / Madonna / whore division.He loved his mother and never recovered from his premature death.” He met Priscilla “when she was 14. She became a mother at 23. It is said that Elvis never again made love to her after the birth of her daughter, and that she would never have sex with a woman who had had a baby, he didn’t remarry after his divorce from Priscilla and he had no more children. ” However, Priscilla Presley states in her autobiography that they had sex again after the birth of their daughter,  and actress Barbara Leigh, who had a relationship with the singer after the birth of her own son, claimed that they often made love, even though Elvis was aware of his son. Both accounts contradict claims made that Elvis would not have sex with a woman who had had a child.

Linda Thompson

Six months after Priscilla left, Presley dated beauty queen Linda Thompson. Although she was supposedly a virgin when they met, it has been claimed that “they began with marathons of love sessions in Las Vegas hotel rooms.” In their own words, however, do not consummate your relationship until after a few months of dating. She shared Presley’s passion for gospel music and superior religious understanding, moved to Graceland in August 1972 and remained the singer’s main girlfriend for almost four and a half years.  While they are constant companions for most of this period, their relationship eventually “disintegrated into an existence without sex and gloomy.” According to Thompson, “There were times when it was very, very difficult. There was a lot of anguish and he exhibited great self-destructive behavior, which was very difficult for me, you know, to see someone who loved to destroy himself.”

Ginger Alden

In 1976, she left Presley when Elvis began dating Ginger Alden, his last serious girlfriend and the person who found his body that did not respond on the day of his death. “Some doubt he has ever had sex again,” and Alden, to whom Elvis had given a diamond engagement ring  and presumably planned to marry, has been described as “too polite to say it”.  However, Alden finally revealed in his 2014 memoirs that “they made love”, indicating sexual intimacy.

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