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I’d said he could do so, in the easy-going way we offered hospitality in that city at the end of the Sixties.
But whatever thrills Jagger got, they were the performance art of a woman under the influence.Analysing this now, Faithfull sees how, even as she loved Jagger, she could not separate that feeling from the fact that he was a man, and as such an object of abhorrence when it came to sex.She concludes, sadly: “I think my mother and her unconscious and unspoken loathing of men had a huge effect on me.” Some will be sceptical about this revelation, assuming that because she is a celebrity Faithfull must be promoting something (in fact she is not) or that she is taking on her mother’s pain as a form of self-serving aggrandisement.to be shown next week – that she could not tolerate sex without the support of alcohol and drugs, and that it was not until she reached her fifties that she was able to enjoy love-making, conscious of what she was doing.
What irony that the song that shot her to fame as a 17-year-old in 1964 was As Tears Go By.Political protest and popular music coalesced in sexual yearning: make love, not war; don’t trust anyone over 30; turn on, tune in, drop out. It was tricky for many of us to work out where we fitted into this new world, and never more so than when it came to sex, which seemed to be a leitmotif running through everything.