Legendary lothario Hugh Hefner thinks it's ''easier'' keeping seven girlfriends happy than just one woman.
Hugh Hefner says it's "easier" living with seven girlfriends than one wife.
The Playboy founder has famously had multiple women live with him in the Playboy mansion - including exes Kendra Wilkinson, Holly Madison and Bridget Marquardt - at once but he is adamant several ladies are easier to manage than a single spouse.
Hugh - who has been married twice to Mildred Williams from 1949 to 1959 and Kimberley Conrad, who he first met in the 80s - said: "Sometimes one woman is more difficult. I was married and faithful for eight years in the 1980s, and following that, as an overreaction to that failed marriage, I wound up with seven live-in girlfriends. Dealing with those seven girlfriends was easier than dealing with one wife."
At present, Hugh is only dating one woman, 24-year-old blonde beauty Crystal Harris.
And the 84-year-old media mogul - who is the subject of new documentary 'Hugh Hefner: Playboy, Activist and Rebel' - is happy to admit anti-impotence drug Viagra has helped prolong his sex life.
When asked if lovemaking changes as you get older, he said in an interview with the New York Daily News newspaper: "Thank goodness for the arrival of Viagra. It breaks down that (age) wall. But I think you gain some experience over the years and that helps. Woody Allen said, 'If you don't think that sex is dirty, you're not doing it right.' "