Judy Garland Loved to Role Play During Sex, and the Munchkins Were Horny

Judy Garland Loved Role Play Sex in the Bedroom

Judy Garland’s former lover, John Meyer, admitted that Judy loved to role play in the bedroom, and she loved sex. Speaking of their previous affair the couple had when Meyer was a 28 year old pianist and Judy Garland was 46, Meyer told People Magazine the pair “loved to laugh together.”

Meyer said that when talking about The Wizard of Oz, Judy would say, “The munchkins were a bunch of horny little guys and they were not above pinching my ass.” Meyer also said with a laugh, “And she made jokes about Toto’s bad breath.”

In the bedroom, Judy Garland liked role playing and have fun, Meyer said, “We did a lot of role playing… we’d do scenes back and forth and we’d make up our own improvs. She’d say ‘Tonight, you be the professor and I’ll be the student.’ It was a lot of fun. That was more important to her than the actual sex.”

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Judy Garland Publicity Photo

Meyer said when Judy Garland moved into a spare bedroom in his parent’s Park Avenue apartment Judy was broke, and owed several million dollars to the IRS after her agent had embezzled most of her earnings. She was also divorced from her fourth husband, Mark Herron. She was booted out of St. Moritz Hotel in New York for not paying the bill, where she’d been living with her two younger children, Lorna and Joey Luft.

Meyer said, “She was broke, literally had nothing but a five dollar bill in her purse.”

Judy Garland Wizard of Oz original poster
Judy Garland, Wizard of Oz original poster

“I became her manager, her agent, her lover, her companion, the shoulder that she could lean on,” Meyer explained, “It was amazing. Her reality was that she would rely on the kindness of strangers.”

After they were kicked out of Meyer’s parents’ apartment, and ten days before Garland was traveling to London, Meyer became very sick with a fever of 104. Then Meyer explained. “That’s nothing. I’ve been on stage with 106,” Judy said. Then she dumped him.

Judy Garland and Fifth Husband Mickey Deans
Judy Garland and her fifth husband, Mickey Deans, whom she went to London for and married soon after.

When looking back on Judy Garland’s life, and reflecting on how she saw herself, Meyer said, “She thought her life was a gas, a ball,” he said. “She didn’t think her life was painful. She was funny. She experienced joy. She loved sex. She didn’t love food. She loved to sing and she loved the attention.”

“She was a compulsion, you know?” John told the magazine, “I realized that this mission of mine to restore Judy to her former greatness and be the guy who rescued her was not going to work.”

There is a renewed interest in the life of Judy Garland, who died of an accidental overdose in 1969, at least in part due to the 2019 biographical drama, “Judy” where Renee Zellweger played the starring role. For her incredible portrayal of Judy Garland, Zellweger won the Academy Award for Best Actress, as well as the Golden Globe Award, SAG Award, BAFTA Award and Critics’ Choice Movie Award. The hit movie followed Garland’s career during her last year of life when she relocated her stage career to Britain, combined with flashbacks of her teenage years. The film more prominently featured Garland’s most iconic role, Dorothy Gale in The Wizard of Oz.

Judy Garland from the trailer for the film The Wizard of Oz PlaySex.com
Judy Garland from the trailer for the film The Wizard of Oz