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The Red Scare, The Pink Scare and the Homosexual Agenda

Hormone treatment as conversion therapy for the gay illness

Patient receiving hormone treatment, which can correct chemical imbalance. Photo: Herbert Gehr. Worchester, MA, US. August 1949.

Hormone treatment as conversion therapy for the gay illness

Patient receiving hormone treatment, which can correct chemical imbalance. 
Photo: Herbert Gehr. Worchester, MA, US. August 1949.

FBI Memo on One Magazine, January 26, 1956, with handwritten notes by FBI Assistant Director, Clyde Tolson and FBI Director, J. Edgar Hoover:

“I think we should take this crowd on and make them put up or shut up.” – Tolson
“I concur.” – Hoover

FBI Memo on One Magazine, January 26, 1956, with handwritten notes by FBI Assistant Director, Clyde Tolson and FBI Director, J. Edgar Hoover:

“I think we should take this crowd on and make them put up or shut up.” – Tolson

“I concur.” – Hoover

Hoover and TolsonClyde Tolson joined the FBI in 1928 and rose to become Assistant Director within three years. Tolson and Edgar were lovers and vacationed together every year. Just as Roy Cohn — closeted and self-hating — would help to persecute thousands of gays and lesbians as major players in the Lavender Scare. 

Hoover and Tolson
Clyde Tolson joined the FBI in 1928 and rose to become Assistant Director within three years. Tolson and Edgar were lovers and vacationed together every year. Just as Roy Cohncloseted and self-hating — would help to persecute thousands of gays and lesbians as major players in the Lavender Scare.