He was quite open to Conrad Aiken about being a frustrated virgin.
On 24 Sep 2002, at 19:48, Rickard A. Parker <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> [log in to unmask] wrote:
> > The current New Yorker (Sept. 30 cover date) has a review of Painted
> > Shadow by Louis Menand, teased on the cover as "T.S. Eliot's Sex Life."
> > Not sure if it's available on-line.
> It is.
> THE WOMEN COME AND GO
> by LOUIS MENAND
> The love song of T. S. Eliot.
> Issue of 2002-09-30
> Posted 2002-09-23
> T. S. Eliot's sex life. Do we really want to go there? It is a sad and
> desolate place. Eliot was twenty-six and, almost certainly, a
> frustrated virgin when, in 1915, he married Vivienne Haigh-Wood, an
> Englishwoman he had known for three months. Haigh-Wood was a medically
> and emotionally vexed person. ...
> Rick Parker