A friend of mine showed me the manuscript of a book to be published next year that has been written by a woman who was apparently the most sought after, most expensive, and most extraordinary prostitute (er, escort) from the late fifties until the mid seventies, when, in her forties and with some nice investments, she decided to, as she put it, "keep my feet on the ground and let the butterfly (her vagina) stop flying." Her style of writing is not to be believed. But who cares? She tells everything! After appearing in the chorus of several Broadway musicals in the late fifties, Marguerite, as she was known, was better known as the beautiful date of Frank Sinatra, Gianni Agnelli, and other powerful men. She says, "No one ever told me about sex. I never had a talk with my mother, and my friends growing up wanted to be 'good' girls. But I was always curious and I couldn't wait to have sex, and I went after it with a lot of energy and hunger." Energy and Hunger. Two of my favorite things. In time word got out that there was this beautiful, classy, built blonde who put out, and our Marguerite decided it was time to get something out of the deal. She never came out and asked for money, but found that the men, with a little coaxing, would give her expensive presents, and if she told them she was worried about the rent, would give her money. Several madams, including Xaviera Hollander, offered her jobs through their agencies, but not our Marguerite. "I wouldn't know who they were sending me. I would be expected to take care of anyone who paid their fees. I don't approve of that. I sleep with men I WANT to sleep. I am living proof that you can be both a whore and a snob." I love her. Eventually, she started charging for her time, and many men simply kept her on retainer (like a lawyer or a gardener) and would let ker know when they would be in New York. During their visits she acted as if they were the only man she had ever been with. She writes chapters on her lovemaking skills, but the best part is where she lists the best fucks she ever had. She also has a list of best lovers, but they weren't all hung, so that list wouldn't be of much interest to all of you. Her feelings on size? "Of course it matters. It feels different. I love feeling totally full, and I like that sense of danger when you feel as if the cock is the same length as and is aligned with your spine." However, she adds, "A man who is very large and a bad lover is a nightmare, and my advice is to end the session quickly and have him come back when he has more experience. I was always engaged in feuds with other escorts, so I would send him off to one of them. Let them suffer through his awkward thrusts and good intentions." This could be the comeback role for Joan Collins. Anyway, her list of the biggest and the best. 1. Porfirio Rubirosa. The Dominican diplomat and playboy who actually got Doris Duke and Barbara Hutton to pay him millions to marry them, then cheated on them and dumped them. Fucked all the Gabor sisters AND their mother. Fucked EVERYBODY. Was consulted by Warren Beatty when Beatty played a gigolo in "The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone." Beatty asked too many questions and was too blunt, and Rubirosa told him "You're focusing on only the male, the cock. You have to learn to be a great lover." Rule Number One? "The woman must have had at least one orgasm before you even think of entering her." Estimate of size: "I never placed a ruler next to his organ, but experience led me to see that his cock was a tad over 13 inches long, and close to seven inches around, and considering how short he was, it looked even bigger." The first time Kim Novak saw his cock, she freaked and ran from their hotel room. She went back another time. And stayed. 2. Wilt Chamberlin. A foot long and capable of multiple orgasms. 3. Warren Beatty. "I didn't like that he took phone calls during sex, or let his assistant walk through the room, and sometimes he was so distant that it was as if I were alone. And yet he was a sexual athlete, a wonder, always changing so you never knew what was coming next." Estimate of size: Nine inches and a slightly above average girth. 4. Frank Sinatra. "If you could see him without his entourage, and if it wasn't after one of his shows, he was extraordinary. If he had his buddies around and was drinking, he was just a thug fucking his woman." Estimate of size: 8.5 and thick. 5. Louis Prima. The man who first recorded "Just A Gigolo," and who was a duo with wife Keely Smith, had a cock that was "not only huge, but beautiful. An artist seemed to have created that incredible organ." His wife was okay with his lovers because she was often "tired and just couldn't face Louis's challenges." Silly woman. Estimate of size: 12.5 x 6.5 (Marguerite is precise with this measurement because Louis told her that another lover insisted that he measure it, and he did. And he then told everybody. 6. Clint Walker. Big, tall (six feet six) handsome college football player who decided to go into acting. Of course he couldn't act, so he went into TV, where he had a hit with "Cheyenne." Starred in "The Dirty Dozen" and was directed by Sinatra in "Lonely are the Brave," which is when he heard about Marguerite. (You see, men do talk.) Had a twin brother who was similarly gifted, and Clint provided a session with Marguerite for his birthday. Estimate of size: Close to ten inches. Great lover, and the first non-black or non-Latin man to go down on her. 7. Ron Ely. The man who played Tarzan on TV got his start modeling and doing some nude photography for gay European mags. "Perfectly sculpted, he loved sex, and had no limitations." Uh, can I hear more? Estimate of size: "According to my method of measurement by hand, he was over nine inches." 8. Anthony Quinn. "Anthony painted and sculpted. He wrote poetry. He had classical music blaring from speakers in every room. He was determined that people realize that he was an artist, and not some poor kid from Mexico who got started in the circus." Believed that everyone was bisexual, and thought it beneficial to experiment with men. "Tony told me once 'Picasso and I agreed that you can only discover your deepest manliness by finding it in another.'" Okay, I'm hard. Estimate of size: A bit over eight, but nearly seven inches in circumference, and with a remarkable amount of foreskin. "Tony thought of going in for a circumcision because so many women had compained about it. I begged him to reconsider, and told him how beautiful I thought he was." She then adds: "My advice to him was to change his women, because there was nothing at all wrong with his cock." Thank you, Marguerite. 9. Gianni Agnelli. The Fiat magnate. Had many mistresses and took pride in his being an adventurous lover. Estimate of size: Over ten inches. (The book has a famous photo taken of a nude Agnelli on his yacht. When Agnelli realized he was being photographed, he jumped into the ocean, but the photographer got several good pics of a man who, as our girl puts it "was bigger soft than most dream of being when hard." 10. Aristotle Onassis. Believed that man's fate was determined by penis size, and that the Gods were stingy with the inches. Hence the power that hung men incite and the desire that all have to be with them. Believed in Japanese and African legends that cock sizes and types were better indicators of a person's character than analysis, horoscopes, palm reading, etc. (And a LOT more fun.) Believed that his long (10.5), super thick (a tad over seven inches), veiny cock with an excess of foreskin is what led him to be rich. "'Overabundance was my birthright,' he told me once, and if ever a man believed in too much, too often, it was Ari." Also a great lover and he had many affairs. I can see Maria Callas handling him, but can you see Jackie O getting into this? Marguerite also lets us know that two of the biggest dicks in Hollywood belonged to gay men: Rock Hudson and Roddy McDowall. "I kissed and flirted a bit with Rock, and he got hard, and I saw that what Mamie Van Doren had told me was true. But it stopped there. He told me about his preferences, and whenever he was in New York, I would help him find men who could make him happy in a way I couldn't." So what was Mamie's secret? Now I have to read HER book. ("Playing the Field.") And Roddy? "He was so sweet and courteous, but every once in a while I would just jump on him and he'd get aroused and I'd at least get a chance to see it." Estimate of size: Rock 8.5 x 6.5. Roddy: 9.5 x 6 Later in the book, Marguerite writes "In the early 80s, I heard from a dear friend of mine, Laura, who ran one of the best agencies in New York. Her office was in a brownstone around the corner from the Whitney Museum, and she provided services for both men and women, straight and gay. She was either perpetually short of male escorts or short of male escorts who were the extraordinary lovers she and her clientele expected. In her call she told me of a young man she had recently hired. Cuban, amazingly handsome, he was charming and polite, but while he had great potential as a lover, and was no doubt wonderful with a girlfriend or a woman of his choosing, he was still uncomfortable with the women who were hiring him. Would I meet with him? Talk to him? I knew that what Laura wanted was for me to sleep with him, boost his ego, lead him toward his strengths. I asked if the young man knew of her plan to send him for such advice. He did. So I agreed. "This young man has asked that I not give the details of our times together, and I can understand that. He is a successful man, married, a father. However, he had no problems with my telling you what I have already, or with my revealing his identity, or letting you know that he was blessed in every department of desire. "His name is Andy Garcia." I always had a feeling about Andy. By the way, one of Marguerite's closest friends is Dominick Dunne. Isn't that just perfect?