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Barack Obama Reportedly Wrote Letter To Ex Girlfriend In The 80s About Frequently Fantasizing About Men



"I Make Love To Men Daily, But In The Imagination"

“I Make Love To Men Daily, But In The Imagination” – Barack Obama In Letter To Ex Girlfriend

Former President Barack Obama wrote a letter to his ex-girlfriend back in the ’80s opening up about his sexuality and frequently fantasizing about men. He allegedly wrote, “I make love to men daily, but in the imagination.”

According to The New York Post, Obama penned a letter from his own “androgynous” mind back in 1982 and addressed it to an ex-girlfriend. The Post said they obtained a redacted portion of the “now-notorious” letter from over 40 years ago.

They said the letter has now resurfaced following an interview from 70-year-old Pulitzer Prize-winning historian David Garrow, who is also Obama’s biographer. In 2017, Garrow, who is also the biographer for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., released a book, ‘Rising Star: The Making of Barack Obama.’

Speaking with Tablet Mag earlier this month, Garrow said he spoke with McNear, recalling, “When Alex showed me the letters from Barack, she redacted one paragraph in one of them and just said, ‘It’s about homosexuality.’”

In the letter obtained by The Post via Klehr, Barack Obama, who was then 21 years old, wrote to his ex-girlfriend, Alex McNear. At the time, the two were dating while attending Occidental College in Los Angeles, California.

According to Klehr and The Post, the former commander-in-chief reportedly wrote, “In regard to homosexuality, I must say that I believe this is an attempt to remove oneself from the present, a refusal perhaps to perpetuate the endless farce of earthly life. You see, I make love to men daily, but in the imagination.”

He allegedly continued, “My mind is androgynous to a great extent and I hope to make it more so until I can think in terms of people, not women as opposed to men. But, in returning to the body, I see that I have been made a man, and physically in life, I choose to accept that contingency.”

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