For instance, is it surprising that one of Hef's biggest objections to marriage and family life is the love a child demands? There's just not enough room for Hef and a child when it comes to mommy's adoration:
"Part of the problem, quite frankly, is that when you get married, the romance disappears and the children arrive and the love is transferred. It shouldn't be that way, but too often it is transferred to the children." The Danger In Putting The Kids First
You see, Hugh Hefner never bought into the whole "1950s notion" to "find the right girl, get married, move to the suburbs and then hang out with the guys while she stayed home with the babies."
A sentiment that the interviewer points out is still around today as "the emotionally limited men depicted in Judd Apatow movies, who seem to prefer one another's company to that of women."
"I felt that was sort of sad," says Hef, which is kind of sweet in narcissistic way.
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Or at least a few times a week, which is all that the octogenarian playboy will admit to.
"I don't take it a lot, but I take it when it's called for... I would say at 84 it helps. It's God's little helper."
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