F.B.I. and Homosexuality: A History
The United States Federal Bureau of Investigation and Homosexuality
ENTRY UNDER CONSTRUCTION
See also an art work on this subject: Federal Bureau of Investigation: Mattachine Society, May 21, 1953
Alphabetical Subject List
F.B.I. Surveillance of Possible Homosexuals and Homosexual Groups
- Bankhead, Talulah -- 11 pages. See: http://foia.fbi.gov/foiaindex/foiaindex_b.htm
- Bernstein, Leonard -- 720 pages. See: http://foia.fbi.gov/foiaindex/foiaindex_b.htm
- Blitzstein, Marc: See: http://foia.fbi.gov/foiaindex/foiaindex_r.htm
- Blunt, Anthony -- 37 pages. See: http://foia.fbi.gov/foiaindex/foiaindex_b.htm
- Burgess, Guy (see Philby, Kim)
- Gay Activists Alliance -- 534 pages
- Gay Activists Alliance: 135 pages.
- From the F.B.I. website: "This Civil Rights organization originated [sic] at Ohio State University in the 1970's and had several other Chapters throughout the United States, which were concerned with equal rights for gays and lesbians." URL: http://foia.fbi.gov/foiaindex/gayalli.htm
- Part 01
- Part 02
- Gay Liberation Front -- 1,113 pages
- Hoover and Tolson:
- Authors who dismiss the rumors about Hoover's homosexuality and his relationship with Tolson r as unlikely. Add bibliographic information.
- Authors who claim Hoover and/or Tolson were homosexuals or transvestites. Add bibliographic information.
- Mattachine Society
- See: Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) release of material from FBI file number 100-HQ-403320 Subject: The Mattachine Society, 1948-1971 - [PDF 43 MB - 28-Jun-2010] at: http://governmentattic.org/
- NOTE: Large file: 43 MB
- Robins, Jerome: See: http://foia.fbi.gov/foiaindex/foiaindex_r.htm
1940s: Since at least the 1940s unsubstantiated rumors have circulated that j. Edgar Hoover was homosexual.
FBI Records: Our Freedom of Information/Privacy Act Website: See: http://foia.fbi.gov/
Whatever their truth or falsity, how can the rumors about J. Edgar Hoover's homosexuality and cross-dressing be studied as evidence in the history of sexuality?
- Terry, Jennifer (1999). An American Obsession: Science, Medicine, and Homosexuality in Modern Society. University of Chicago Press. pp. pg. 350. ISBN 0-226-79366-4.