As the World Mourns Its Anniversary, A Lesser Known LGBT Titanic Tale is Told
As the 100-year anniversary of the Titanic comes to end tonight, millions of people reflected on one of history's greatest mysteries today in more ways than one.
Butt lived with his partner, Frank Millet, in Washington before they departed together for Southampton to ride alongside the bourgeoisie and emigrants on the ill-fated ship. As it sank into oblivion, the historian speculates that they were together at the end, just like Jack and Rose.
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