Who is to say, who was gay? In the past, back in the day, one easily could make a call as to who was handsome, debonair or elegant. But, which of these Newport residents of yesteryear seems homosexual to you? Can one ever tell, only by looking? Now as before, many insist they can always tell. Marriage and children are no reliable measure to be sure.
The “delighted”, patrician, happy warrior, what an exceptional president FDR was. But gay? No way! Of course Franklin Delano Roosevelt had his share of faults as do we all. To begin, the fortune of the Delano’s, his mother’s family, was derived from the China trade, which villainously imposed opium sales on the Chinese. Less obliquely, as chief executive, fully aware of the ghastly implications of the Nazi “Final Solution”, Roosevelt did nothing. He even failed to accept the offer of Britain’s foreign secretary to forgo England’s immigration quota in favor of German Jews following Kristallnacht. At home in America, notwithstanding all the empathetic goodwill of his wife, his record concerning oppressed, disenfranchised and lynched African Americans was scarcely better.
“With Malice toward none, with charity for all, with firmness in the right, as God gives us to see the right, let us strive on to finish the work we are in, to bind up the nation's wounds.”
'Watching a squawl of brilliant stars against the inky sky, listening to the powerful rhythm of the pounding surf while getting your cock sucked, you can imagine that it was Ann Pennington or even Queen Marie of Roumania, it's wonderful...But it's best to recall it's a great brute with a large member kneeling before you. Wonderful...'