A woman who dated Apple founder Steve Jobs for five years in the 1970s has written a tell-all book revealing some secrets about their sex life.
In "The Bite In the Apple: a Memoir of My Life With Steve Jobs," Chrisaan Brennan wrote that Jobs did not like to climax during sex because he did not want to waste his "essence."
Brennan claims that Jobs came back from a 1974 trip to India with an interest in tantric sex.
"Our birth-control method up to that point was Steve's coitus interruptus, also called the pull-out method, which for him was about his conserving his energy for work," Brennan wrote.
He believed he could store up "power and wealth by conserving [his] vital energies."
Jobs fathered a daughter with Brennan, but was allegedly not happy when he found out she was pregnant.
"Steve's face turned ugly," Brennan wrote. "He gave me a fiery look. Then he rushed out of the house without a word."
Later, Brennan claims Jobs told her he felt like she was "stealing his genes."
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