The assassination of John F. Kennedy still raises questions – how is the enigmatic lover, who was later shot herself, connected to his death?

John (Jack) Kennedy enjoyed success with women while still a student at Harvard University. He never hid his romantic relationship. “Naturally, Kennedy did not publicly display his increased sexuality, but he did not consider it something reprehensible, he did not hide it from people he trusted. Including even some foreign power figures, writes John H. Davis in the book The Kennedy Clan. – British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan, leader of the Conservative Party, was perplexed when, during talks in Bermuda in December 1961, his interlocutor, Kennedy, suddenly asked: “I wonder how it’s going with you, Harold?” If I don’t have a woman for three days, I get a terrible headache.”

According to the author of the book, all members of the Kennedy clan not only had a sexual appetite, but also allegedly did not spit in group sex. The head of the family, Joseph Kennedy, even had to insist that his 23-year-old daughter, Rosemary, undergo a lobotomy due to the girl’s relentless desire for carnal pleasures.

And in 1960, when John F. Kennedy entered the White House, one of his aides remarked, “This administration seems to be doing as much in sex as the previous Eisenhower administration did in golf.”

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