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Elvis's Sick Secrets Exposed

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It's no secret that The King of Rock and Roll had an unquenchable appetite for food, drugs, expensive things- and not surprisingly- women and sex.

When Elvis stepped out on stage in the mid-1950s with his first hit song Heartbreak Hotel, it was no doubt that he was going to break the hearts of young women across the country.

Elvis's sex secrets were revealed in the new book, Elvis Presley: A Southern Life, by Joel Williamson.

Williamson, a Lineberger Professor Emeritus of the Humanities at the University of North Carolina, is the author of a number of landmark works on Southern culture and a Pulitzer Prize finalist.

Priscilla Beaulieu, later to become Priscilla Presley, met The King when she was just 14-years-old while her father was stationed on an army base in Germany.  

That first night with Elvis, "he made love to her in every way short of penetration. It was as if Priscilla’s virginity was another thing that Elvis strangely and sorely needed to maintain."

"He taught her how to make love in various ways short of full intercourse"…and wrote in her book, Elvis and Me, that she begged for the consummation of his love but he refused.

"He worked his art of foreplay without penetration. In lovemaking, as in entertaining, Elvis’ outstanding talent was oral."

Priscilla wasn't the only one in his bed at the time. Find out who else he shared his bed with on the next page.

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