Who was the most prolific lover of all time? Genghis Khan's name usually pops up as the answer. He's said to have been with tens of thousands of women, but let's just say that numbers from that era are a tad sketchy.
Wilt Chamberlain is up there. The basketball legend claimed to have slept with 20,000 women, but, upon further review, that number is based on an extrapolation from a ten-day romp. So while we're sure Wilt is up there, who is to know what the actual number is.
And then we have Belgian mystery writer Georges Simenon, known throughout the world for his prolific novels about detective Maigret. Simenon's claim is 10,000. "I literally suffered," he said, "from knowing that there were millions of women in the world that I would never know."
Alas, once again, that number is based on an extrapolation. And since Simeon was not Jewish (the Nazis thought he was because of his pseudo-Jewish last name), and actually exhibited some antisemitic views, we're not gonna press the issue.
Now, Gene Simmons, on the other hand...