LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Marilyn Monroe fretted over a relationship with then-Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy and had a one-night stand with actress Joan Crawford that left her cold.
Monroe also thought sex with former spouse and playwright Arthur Miller was just “so-so” and maintained a deep affection for ex-husband Joe DiMaggio. But she credited her psychiatrist with teaching her how to achieve orgasm.
The Los Angeles Times revealed a few glimpses into Monroe’s mind on Friday in excerpts of tape recordings the sex symbol and actress is said to have secretly made for her psychiatrist in the days before she died at the age of 36 in 1962.
Tapes said to reveal Marilyn Monroe’s secrets –