By People Staff
Updated May 27, 1999 12:00 AM
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Eric Clapton’s approach to sex has changed over the years. “Once upon a time, if a girl turned on a voice in a certain way, I was gone,” the guitarist told the Telegraph of London. “Any woman with a little-girl voice and luscious body, I was butter, pure butter. But I am much stronger now.” In addition to becoming more sexually disciplined, Clapton gave up drugs and drinking long ago. He’s started a nonprofit rehab clinic called Crossroads on the Caribbean island of Antigua, where he has a home, and also works occasionally as volunteer at another clinic in London.