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First off, Eleanor Roosevelt was a hip, hip lady.
As both an advocate for equal rights for women and a civil rights activist, she was way ahead of most people of her time. Also she was probably a bisexual.
She told the Herald-Tribune, "It's so much more open in Brooklyn. I just like everything about it and can see myself living there with my companion for the rest of my days. I just want to live in a neighborhood without too many Catholics."
Fun fact: Eleanor Roosevelt wasn't a big fan of the Catholics.