Well he is buried next to his male "friend".
Well, that definitely settles it.
In the small town where my girlfriend grew up there are two men buried side by side. They owned a store together for 50 years. When the last one of them died, his wife had him buried next to his best friend.
As far as anyone can determine, Hoover never had a romantic attachment with a woman, or even a date. Classical statues of nude men adorned his garden. He lived with his mother until she died. Then there was Clyde Tolson, a fellow FBI agent. In April, 1928, Clyde Tolson joined the Bureau. Tolson, a tall, handsome man, was five years younger than Hoover. Quickly after coming to the bureau, he became Hoover's closest personal friend and business associate. His promotion within the Bureau was unprecedented. Hoover and Tolson rode to work together, ate lunches together, traveled on official business together, went to social functions together and vacationed together. They are now buried side by side.
Except for both of us have been married more than once and we're not buried together, that sounds like my best friend and I. we have been friends since I was 5 and he was 6.
His wife and my ex-wife can vouch for our sexuality.