Hey everyone. 

I found an article from 1981, from a Rolling Stone article dubbed: The Party Years

Please check it out, and leave your comments and opinions. 

The article was an excerpt from the book "Elvis", that was written by none other than Albert Goldman.

Here are some tidbits that relate to Elvis Presley and his love of females in combat.

- "Girls" is the word, because Elvis almost invariably retreated to his bedroom with two or three young women in tow. His preference for groups rather than for one-to-one encounters had hardened now into a habit. Must young men with such tastes are assumed to be prodigiously virile studs whose sexual appetites are so enormous that they cannot be satisfied by a single woman. This was certainly not the case with Elvis Presley. Generally, he never had normal sexual relations with these girls. The reason? Elvis was a voyeur.

What he sought as his erotic goal was a group of girls who would agree to strip down to their panties and wrestle with each other while Elvis stared out his eyes with a rocklike hard-on pressing up against his underwear. He accounted for this obsession by recalling an incident from his childhood: a moment when he had seen two little girls tumbling together on the ground with their dresses rising to show their crotches. In fact, with the fine-focus characteristic of his kind, what Elvis described as his ultimate fulfillment was not the sight of the girls or even the crotch but the vision of black pubic hairs protruding around the edges of white panties. Out of all the sexual excitements in the world, this one teasing image represented the ultimate in arousal to Elvis.

The Article goes on further:

- When you dig down to the sexual roots of an Elvis Presley, you sense a profound sexual ambivalence. Elvis plays the strutting, overbearing macho in public, but in private he loves nothing better than to roughhouse with teenage girls with whom he exchanges beauty secrets. His basic erotic image is a crotch covered with white panties and showing a bit of pubic hair -- an image no different essentially from male to female. Eventually, as we shall see, he staged orgies in which the star was an aggressive lesbian who not only wrestled with other girls but dominated them sexually, just as an aggressive man might dominate a submissive woman -- while Elvis got his kicks by watching.

The inference is irresistible, therefore, that at bottom, Elvis identified with a strong, aggressive woman rather than a young, aggressive man.

And the Article goes on even further:

About the time Scatter died, the steady advance of electronic technology provided Elvis at last with the the perfect toy for a man who was an orgiast, a voyeur and a masturbator. It was the first Sony videotape machine for "home use." Once Elvis got this machine, he was enabled to seek relief from the monotonous routine of acting in films by getting behind the camera and functioning as a director. He soon found some cooperative young women and set to work turning out an endless series of bedroom follies. What he was after in these films was what he had been after all his life in sexual encounters: a chance to watch while beautiful young women grappled with each other and simulated lesbian sex. Naturally, no one but Elvis was permitted to view these hot reels. Once, however, one of the Guys found the opportunity while Elvis was away from home to view some of the forbidden footage. What he saw shocked him profoundly. The two girls who flashed on the screen, naked save for white panties, were intimates of the Presley circle. They were giggling and wrestling and taking turns diving into each other's crotches. At the end of the film, Elvis suddenly popped up before the camera with a full erection and a very smooth jack-off motion.

Oh yes, there is more!

Eventually, Elvis discovered a curious genre of soft-core pornography that appealed to him even more than his private videotapes or the hard-core Danish stuff that came on the American market of the late Sixties. As this type of pornography pleased him more than any other, we are justified in regarding it as the clue to his basic sexual fantasies. Interestingly these were of a highly hostile yet not conventionally sadistic variety. The films Elvis relished are called in the trade "cat films." Their subject is women fighting. The typical film opens upon a shot of a couple of tough, coarse-looking broads sitting on a sofa and having a violent quarrel about a man. Suddenly, one the women reaches over and slaps the other's face. The second woman retaliates by grabbing her by hair. Then they really get into it like a couple of cats, screaming and clawing. Inevitably, their legs go up and the viewer gets a flash at there panties, which was part that most excited Elvis."

Wonder if its true?
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Albert Goldman was a Little Richard fan who hated Elvis Presely so naturally it's hard to believe any of this. And the whole "lesbian" connotation sounds like a personal vendetta to me. What average guy wouldn't love to see 2 beautiful women wrestle in white panties? (I may be submissive but I aint no lesbian.)
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