America’s First Lesbian

by Regis Boff

America’s first woman President was Eleanor Roosevelt. Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt were distant (fifth) cousins. Franklin’s wife, Eleanor Roosevelt, was Theodore’s niece. Franklin won the Presidency several years after he was crippled by polio, thereby relieving us of a section of our population that needs eventual rewarding with the office.
Eleanor was not homely as described by histories; she was ugly. She was unloved and dominated much of her life by the times and her mother-in-law. She cast the first vote she was allowed to her husband. Franklin was a known philanderer before and after his disease. She took to the company of women to find her life. I am not saying that she was a lesbian, but I do hope she was for her sake.