Was president james buchanan homosexual
There are no James Buchanan balloons at your local pride parade—but he was a bad president, and your local moustache festival is probably light on Hitler memorabilia, too. A gay 19th-century president defies reason—but rumors have survived two centuries. Is there something to this? A little exploring will give you the answer.
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Gay Marriage in the Swing States: Loewen is one of several historians who believe that James Buchanan, who served from to , was in fact our first gay president. He is the only president to have remained a bachelor throughout his life. His niece, Harriet Lane, handled the duties of First Lady during his term in office.
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Dred Scott case[ edit ] Two days after Buchanan's inauguration, Chief Justice Taney delivered the Dred Scott decision , asserting that Congress had no constitutional power to exclude slavery in the territories. When the decision was issued two days later, Republicans began spreading word that Taney had revealed to Buchanan the forthcoming result. Buchanan had hoped that the Dred Scott decision would destroy the Republican platform, but outraged northerners denounced the decision.
Keeping in mind the logistics of proving this for certain, we can reasonably conclude that James Buchanan was gay thus he would be our "first gay President". Not everyone fully aggress Buchanan was gay, but to be fair people thought Rock Hudson and Liberace who was oddly conservative despite the name were straight. Was James Buchanan Gay? Put simply, historians are almost positive that Buchanan and King were gay and in a relationship, although it is easier to prove their relationship than other specifics. In one letter to a confidante dated May 13, , Buchanan wrote about his life after King moved to Paris to become the American ambassador to France:
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