Wednesday, June 27, 1934
June 27, 1934
JFK is convalescing at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. He writes a letter in response to a letter from his lifelong and closest friend, LeMoyne Billings who was homosexual,
“Please do not write to me on toilet paper anymore. I’m not that kind of boy.”
In the 1930s it was common practice for those seeking same sex couplings to express their sentiments written on toilet paper, which could easily and quickly be discarded.