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A brand new book has asked people to re-assess ‘The Rolling Stones’ member Mick Jagger as a ‘bisexual icon’ after claims of his flings with his band members Keith Richards and guitarist Mick Taylor. Jagger, known to be a ladies’ man, has reportedly tangled with many men as well in his career, including two men from his own band. 

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Lesley-Ann Jones, writer of her new book The Stone Age, claims that the 79-year-old rock’n’roll icon had two affairs – one with Keith Richards in the early days of the band, as well as its former guitarist Mick Taylor, as per Daily Mail. Jagger is famously known to be with many desirable women like Jerry Hall, Marianne Faithfull, Anita Pallenberg, and Marsha Hunt. Jones includes quotes from some of these women such as Faithfull and Pallenberg. The latter, who died in 2017, said, “From when I first met them, I saw Mick was in love with Keith.” Faithfull claims in the book, “I had an inkling that there was a sexual undercurrent between them. I knew in some part of my head that Mick was bisexual. Of all Mick’s relationships, the only one that really means anything to him is with Keith.”

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The book talks about Richards and Taylor in detail and also sheds light on Jagger’s alleged closeness with David Bowie, a claim that was previously backed by singer Ava Cherry. As reported by the New York Post, Cherry said that she was a “cookie”, a “tasty filling.” She said, “I’m not going to say that I didn’t make love to the both of them, because I did. They made love to me. It’s called a cookie. I was the tasty filling. It was wonderful, just like it should have been — everybody on their respective side doing whatever they do. We were friends.”

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Keith Richards (R) and Mick Jagger of The Rolling Stones perform onstage during a press conference to announce a world tour at the Julliard Music School May 10, 2005 in New York City (Scott Gries/Getty Images)
Mick Taylor, Mick Jagger and Charlie Watts of the Rolling Stones in Paris before a concert, 23rd September 1970.
Mick Taylor, Mick Jagger and Charlie Watts of the Rolling Stones in Paris before a concert, 23rd September 1970. (Photo by Keystone/Hulton Archive/Getty Images) 

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Talking about Jagger’s alleged affair with Taylor, writer Jones interviewed Paul Levett, who sat with Taylor’s former wife Rose at a party. Levett revealed, “She told me that she found her husband in bed with Mick Jagger. Why would she say such a thing to me, if she had not seen it with her own eyes?” A 2012 book called ‘Mick: The Wild Life and Mad Genius of Jagger’ by Christopher Andersen revealed that the two Micks were caught in bed by the band’s entourage. As per Jones, Jagger relentlessly pursued women as he felt uneasy about being attracted to men which hinted toward his lack of “confidence in his masculinity.”

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As per Daily Mail, Jagger told an interviewer back in 1995, “Mick [Taylor] would play very fluid lines against my vocals. He was exciting, and he was very pretty, and it gave me something to follow, to bang off. Some people think that’s the best version of the band that existed.” Keith Richards, in 2010, revealed in his book ‘Life’ that his nickname for Jagger was “Her Majesty” and alleged that the frontman had a “tiny todger.” 

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