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Homosexual Pedophiles in Hollywood? Shocking…

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Confession: I’m not into superheroes—well, I’m not into comic book superheroes. Real superheroes, I love.

As a result of my lack of interest in comic book superheroes, I have never seen an X-Men movie, nor even read a review of one—until today. What prompted me to read about the X-Men movies is a hair-raising lawsuit filed by 31-year-old Michael Egan, who is accusing X-Men  director and producer Bryan Singer of drugging and raping him when Egan was between the ages of 15-17 and openly homosexual Singer was 32.

According to the Associated Press, Egan has also filed lawsuits against “Fox television executive Garth Ancier, theater producer Gary Wayne Goddard, and David A. Neuman, a former television executive with Current TV and Disney.”

Here’s more from the AP report:

This isn’t the first time Singer has been in trouble involving minors. In 1997, a 14-year-old extra from the thriller he directed entitled “Apt Pupil” accused Singer and others working on the film of forcing him and two other underage boys to get naked during a shower scene.

Deadline reports that due to the [Egan] lawsuit, Singer will be skipping planned appearance at this weekend’s WonderCon event in Anaheim. The website also reports Singer’s name is being removed from commercials for the new TV series ‘Black Box,’ which he produced.

According to the highly explicit suit, the illicit activities started at a mansion in the Los Angeles area known as the M&C Estate, where principals of streaming video company Digital Entertainment Network, Marc Collins-Rector and Chad Shackley, lived. Shackley’s younger brother Scott was a classmate of Egan’s.

The court documents also claim that Collins-Rector molested Egan and threatened him with a firearm if he did not comply.

…Collins-Rector is already a registered sex offender. In 2004, he pled guilty to enticing five minors across states lines for sexual relations.

The suit goes on to allege that further abuse by Singer happened at the Paul Mitchell estate in Hawaii, where Egan was forced to take cocaine and was repeatedly raped in a swimming pool with his head held underwater.

TMZ provides yet more disturbing details:

TMZ has obtained an affidavit written by FBI Special Agent Joseph Brine. We know Egan—who was 15 at the time of the alleged assault—is referred to as Minor #4.

In the affidavit—dated May, 2003—Egan says Shackley’s younger brother invited him to a graduation party at the Encino estate. According to the docs, there were 5 to 6 people present, including Rector and Shackley….

Egan claims during the party, Rector told him “90 percent of show business was gay and that you needed to sleep with people if you wanted to go anywhere.” Rector allegedly warned, “We stay together, but you do not want to see my dark side,” and then displayed a gun.

Rector allegedly said he was one of the 25 most powerful people in Hollywood and it would be a mistake to make the group angry.

What followed, according to Egan, was a barrage of sexual assaults at the estate and elsewhere. Most shockingly, Egan says he was taken to a Siegfried and Roy show in Vegas, drugged and when he awoke he felt a pain in his rectal area and realized he had been sodomized by Shackley.

Collins-Rector was charged with 21 counts of sexual assault. He copped a plea to 1 count. We’re told Collins-Rector and Shackley fled the country.

The other minors who are mentioned in the complaint tell wild stories… being flown from various states to California, offered $100K a year for college tuition, cars and other perks in return for sex.

One minor was allegedly told by Rector if he refused to have sex he’d be sent back to his “hick town” and never have a life.

This helps explain the overt homosexuality-affirming messages of the X-Men movies in which mutants are the symbol for homosexuals. In an analysis of the deviance-endorsing didacticism of these films, Dr. Michael Brown writes:

[T]he [X-Men] movies, along with the comic books, draw many clear parallels between the mutants and the gay and lesbian community. It is an open secret that the most recent movie in the series, X-Men First Class, which serves as the prequel for the other films, is especially overt in presenting these parallels.

Who exactly is Bryan Singer? He is the openly gay producer, director, and/or writer of X-Men, X2, and X-Men First Class, and a reviewer on the Fridae website (“Empowering Gay Asia”) noted that Singer stated in an interview on BBC that ‘mutant’ was a stand-in for ‘gay.’”

These lawsuits also shed some much-needed light on the homosexuality-affirming blitzkrieg spewing daily from Hollywood—America’s sorry storyteller. Don’t underestimate the power of stories to transform hearts and minds, particularly young hearts and minds.

It shouldn’t surprise anyone that the Hollywood purveyors of perversion would be perverse, or that the Hollywood “teachers” of tolerance would tolerate virtually anything (accept, of course, dissent from their sexuality dogma), or that the most powerful among us would exploit their power to indulge in whatever deviant desires a corrupt mind can entertain.

I know, I know, these are just allegations, but there are an awful lot of allegations like this out there. And where there’s this much smoke, there’s usually a conflagration. We ignore these allegations at the peril of children.

Let’s see if Hollywood, rightfully indignant about the abuses committed by Catholic priests and concealed by Catholic hierarchy, will now in righteous indignation, openly castigate powerful Hollywood moguls for their homoerotic abuse of minors.

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  • http://batman-news.com David Franks

    Gee, do you suppose there are any heterosexual pedophiles out there? You bet there are. Lots of them. But Ms. Higgins and the Illinois “Family” Institute never talk about them, do they? Maybe because the issue here isn’t the welfare of children, but the chance for a rather silly woman-child to take a cheap shot against gays. Even cheaper considering these are unfounded allegations. Hey, whatever happened to not bearing false witness against your neighbor?

    • Sandy Lee

      Last time I checked, unfounded allegations have been reported since news began. Homosexuals don’t hold special free passes to void them from allegations. It’s called equality news and GLAAD can’t control it.

      • 19gundog43

        Truth is to homosexuals like sunlight is to vampires. LOL.

      • http://batman-news.com David Franks

        Last time I checked, the Illinois “Family” Institute has NEVER breathlessly reported any unfounded allegations regarding heterosexual pedophilia. But maybe you can provide an example.

        • Sandy Lee

          Last time I checked, this is America. I would be happy to provide a heterosexual pedophile scandal of this magnitude if I was aware of one.

          • sagecreek

            “Last time I checked, this is America?” What does that even mean in this context?

          • Sandy Lee

            Are there restrictions in America for reporting news?

    • Dannyboy

      Which is worse: An 18 year old man hitting on a 13 year old girl, or the same man hitting on a 13 year old boy? Both are wrong, but the latter is even more perverted for the victim because it is homosexuality.

      • http://batman-news.com David Franks

        “Which is worse” is a matter of opinion, isn’t it? What is the source of your opinion?

        • George Rogers Clark

          David, “matter of opinion” is only relevant when we ask, “whose opinion.” The only one that counts in moral matters is God’s. And.. if you are keeping score, Dannyboy is right, because “the latter” is two sins. Just saying.

          • http://batman-news.com David Franks

            Which “god” do you mean? There’s SO many of them, aren’t there? Also, do you have proof that your particular god actually exists?

  • John Masters

    And you’re certain there aren’t any heterosexual ones there…right Matt?

    • thisoldspouse

      Learn what proportionality means, and then come back and try for a more intelligent conversation.

  • James Hanes

    A pedophile is a pedophile. Gay or strait. Mess with one of my kids and I will mess them up!

  • Eugene Koshanof

    Statistically, paedophilia among homosexuals is 10 times higher. It is just fact, not hate.

    • 19gundog43

      Exactly, but don’t speak facts here you will be dog piled and called a
      stupid hater homophobe. Watch the homo-Nazis go ape crap now.

      Dr. Judith Reisman, in her book, Kinsey,
      Crimes & Consequences, describes the research done by Dr.Gene Abel. This researcher compared the molestation rates of self-confessed homosexual and heterosexual child molesters. In a sample of 153 homosexual molesters, they confessed to a total of 22,981 molestations. This is equivalent to 150 children per molester. Self-admitted heterosexual molesters admitted to 4,435 molestations. This comes to 19.8 victims per molester. Dr. Abel concluded that homosexuals “sexually molest young boys at an incidence that is occurring from five times greater than the molestation of girls.”

      • shepetgene

        Dr. Judith Reisman is a controversial figure in science and I would be careful citing her spin on scientific findings. I’m doing my best to actually find the research by Dr. Abel this is actually based off of. I will note that much of his research seems to be in question as well. Two sources, both of whom are questioned for their methods of research. Not the greatest sources to cite for “definitive” statements on anything really.

        • shepetgene

          I found it! When Dr. Reisman is saying “homosexual pedophile” she is referring to men engaging in male-specific pedophilia. When she says “heterosexual pedophilia” she is referring to men engaging in female-specific pedophilia. In both cases she is referring to pedophilia not actually homosexuality.

          In a shocking turn of events she has spun it to make it look like an adult man attracted to adult men is more likely to be involved in pedophilia. This study is not looking at that and in no way shows that.

        • thisoldspouse

          “Controversial,” meaning that you don’t agree with her.

          Can you flesh out the substance of her questionable research tactics for us? Sources resorting to name-calling don’t count.

          • shepetgene

            I think my comment below gives a very telling instance that relates specifically to the piece cited by her. I think controversial here because she is using spinning science inappropriately to fit her agenda.

      • Eugene Koshanof

        Sir, I am not afraid of them I have a video called “why gays can become straight and normal on youtube and such”

    • shepetgene

      You’ve said it is a fact. Can you please provide some source for this? You’ll note that 19gundog43 said something was a fact below and it was pretty easy to find that someone had distorted actual science for their own biased needs.

    • Emma Duncan

      And as we know on account how much the right loves Ted Nugent heterosexual paedophilia is just worth a wink and a nudge…because it’s the “right kind of rape.”

      • Matthew T. Mason

        Ted Nugent? Could you get any less relevant?

        Instead of consistently trying to divert attention from the subject at hand (homosexual pedophilia), how about answering one simple question: Do your attempts to divert mean you approve of this practice?

        A lack of response can and will be taken as an affirmative.

        • shepetgene

          “Do your attempts to divert mean you approve of this practice? A lack of response can and will be taken as an affirmative.”

          You sound incredibly petulant. That phrasing and means of arguing a point is ridiculous. Go ahead, think what you think about her. I’m sure it’s no sweat off of her back.

          • Matthew T. Mason

            Get stuffed. I didn’t ask you.

      • Laurie Higgins

        Say, what?! Tell us, Emma, “how much” does the Right love Ted Nugent? How many on the right love Ted Nugent? And how many of the sub-group of conservatives who “love Ted Nugent” actually wink at pedophilia of any kind. That’s a despicable and unsupportable calumny.

  • 19gundog43

    Damn you Laurie now you have gone and made the little homo trolls miss the short bus.

    • thisoldspouse

      With the frothing hatred of mindless homophiles generated by Laurie’s articles, she’s becoming one of my favorites.

      • 19gundog43

        She and anyone who speaks Truth to these little homo-trolls are my heroes. These clowns must have a Sodomite Rapid Response Team setting under a bridge somewhere ready to ponce on anyone speaking facts. Must really suck to be them. No pun intended.

        • shepetgene

          Re-check those “facts” you keep posting.

        • thisoldspouse

          I’ve found that the degree of acrimony generated in homophiles is directly related to the degree of truth espoused.

    • George Rogers Clark

      This is not a laughable subject, but gundog, I had to chuckle at your comment.

  • Gene Perry

    “allegedly” and “reportedly” and “it is rumored” is not reporting, Laurie, it’s gossip. Let’s wait for an actual trial with actual testimony.

    • Sandy Lee

      Why? Last time I checked, lawsuits filed is news.

      • sagecreek

        And on most websites where this suit has been reported, it’s been met with healthy skepticism, given the time interval before the suit was filed and the fact that the plaintiff was above the legal age of consent in CA at the time of the alleged incident.

        Also, the appropriate word is ebophile, not pedophile.

        • thisoldspouse

          And the appropriate word is homosexual, not “gay.”

        • Sandy Lee

          Last time I checked, the legal age of consent does not apply to rape nor alleged rapes. Time interval? Last time I checked, being vocal about sodomy rape is more of a recent phenomenon. Because sodomy rape is so outrageous, it’s the very reason same-gender attracted priests got away with it for so many years. Lack of fear, shame, etc, seems to be lessening the time intervals in reporting these assaults thanks to all the hype relative to said male activities these days. That’s a great thing. Not so great for all those who once felt secure committing those crimes.

          Ebophile? Do we need to find the definition for that in the Urban dictionary?

          • sagecreek

            No, ebophile is the medical term for attraction to adolescents…generally defined as 14-19 year olds. I’m not excusing it, but it is different than pedophilia.

            And yes, rape must always be prosecuted. The facts have yet to come out in this case.

    • 19gundog43

      Tell that to the victims!

    • sagecreek

      Well, but Laurie is not a journalist; she’s a paid hatemonger for the Illinois Family Institute, a right-wing organization that has nothing to do with Christian values.

    • thisoldspouse

      And yet, you deem Scott Lively “guilty as charged” with the ridiculous lawsuit filed by SMUT, SMUG (or whatever perverted acronym they go by) that hasn’t even gone to trial yet.

      Hypocrite, thy name is Homo-Leftist.

      • 19gundog43

        Please you will confuse these little trolls with facts and truth. Something they will not accept. Life must be beautiful in rainbow and unicorn land. Told you they all missed the short bus today.

        • shepetgene

          Making jabs by using discourteous references to the intellectually disabled does not suddenly make your arguments more accurate or intelligent. It does make your ability to rationally form a real claim look weaker, however.

  • VictorLandry

    Whether you are gay, straight or in love with three headed Martians, pedophilia is wrong and against the law.

    • George Rogers Clark

      Amen, Victor. It is WRONG. It is against man’s law and God’s law.

  • CajunPatriot

    For many decades, from the beginning of movies and theater, children were there, oftentimes left with adult actors and directors, etc. giving these adults easy access to the children and youth, and many incidents of pedophilia have come forth. This one is not too startling due to the statistics clearly demonstrating a huge increase in pedeophilia among homosexual men.

    I am friends with many Roman Catholic priests and former students for the priesthood. Their reports of homosexual attacks from teachers and others at monasteries and schools is shocking. Most do not come forward and announce what has happened to them and want to keep it quiet. The same is true throughout the movie industry and other industries which have easy and close access to children and to youth.

    Protect your children and grand children!

    • sagecreek

      Most of your comment is true, but as Shep explained below, there is no indication that pedophilia is more prevalent among homosexuals than among heterosexuals.

      I think we can all agree that protecting our children is foremost.

      • Jacobus Arminius

        Yes, keep lying while you run from the slippery slope. So, funny.

    • 19gundog43

      Agreed. Finally some sense.

  • OnlyMyHumbleOpinion

    Rape, regardless of the sexual orientation, is always wrong. And underage sexual abuse is never justified. If these charges prove to be true, I hope they put this perp behind bars for life.

    • thisoldspouse

      Do you support the arrest of Kaitlyn Hunt for her physical relationship with a minor?

      I’ll anticipate your feigning ignorance and just direct you to the FaceBook page “FreeKate” for your education.

      • OnlyMyHumbleOpinion

        Yes, the law is the law, regardless of sexual orientation. C’mon spouse.

        • thisoldspouse

          Thanks for being consistent in this.

          • OnlyMyHumbleOpinion

            No prob. Gay people do not get a “pass” on laws just because they are gay. But the flipside of that argument is that straight people ought not deprive gay people the same rights they have simply because of sexual orientation.

          • thisoldspouse

            “gay” people have the same rights as sexually normal people already. Your argument is getting mighty worn.

          • OnlyMyHumbleOpinion

            Um, no we don’t. In my state of Texas, you have the right to marry the person you love. I, however, don’t – because I’m gay. That’s pretty simple.

          • thisoldspouse

            No one can marry just any person they love. Stop with the false narrative already.

          • OnlyMyHumbleOpinion

            Two people of legal age in many states can marry the person they love. Open your eyes, spouse.

          • Jacobus Arminius

            Not true. You guys are opening up a whole can of worms. That’s what the entire slippery slope is all about. All the same arguments are being used by your pervert friends, leading to total sexual anarchy. It’s undeniable. That’s why all of the homosexuals are running scared from the Lesbian Throuple article on BarbWire today. Denial is all you guys got for the slippery slope.

            So, funny to watch em’ run. Sage and Petey took a stab, but then ran for the hills. This argument gets you guys every time. That’s why you’ll stay away from the article too…might burst your little gay bubble.

          • OnlyMyHumbleOpinion

            I love how you’ve equated our desire to marry to “sexual anarchy.” That’s equivalent to saying hunting elk will eventually lead to hunting people. At least couch your fear-mongering in some sort of fact-based post. Here, I’ll give you some as an example. If, as you think, marriage equality will lead to sexual anarchy and people marrying their pets, then where is the proof? Some states have been marrying gay people for many years and the world has not ended. And as far as I can tell, there is no serious push in ANY state government or at the federal level to allow bigamy. Your slippery slope does not exist, except in your hate-fevered mind.

          • Jacobus Arminius

            No, it’s like elk hunting leads to eating elk meat. Keep denying. BarbWire just had a story about the Alabama Democrat who supports marrying a mule. But the story today is about a lesbian throuple. Polygamy, adult consensual incest, and then lowering the age of consent comes first. Full blown perversity takes time. So, try not to get ahead of yourself. But stay away from the lesbian story because it’s not about pets, but what they are doing is undeniable. Thanks for destroying our country.

          • OnlyMyHumbleOpinion

            The throuple story is more Jerry Springer-worthy than newsworthy. The three are not legally married. They have not broken the law. Unlike you, I will use my facts again. Please listen this time: No one, and I mean no one, is fighting at the state or national level to allow bigamy or bestiality as government-viewed marriage. No one. Stop fear-mongering. And, please, get some facts before you want to debate with the adults.

          • Dannyboy

            “How would allowing a person to marry a dog hurt YOUR marriage?”

          • Jacobus Arminius

            Wow, that sounds familiar. Hmmm

          • OnlyMyHumbleOpinion

            Stupid question. Here, I’ll ask you back. How does my receding hairline hurt your marriage. The two are completely unrelated. Marriage = two consenting, legal-aged adults. Your example doesn’t meet it, so your argument is bogus. I guess you were just trying for a laugh,

          • Jacobus Arminius

            By no one, do you mean the Kody Brown case in Utah. His attorney was
            Jonathan Turley, the 2nd most quoted lawyer in America today. Doesn’t get any more high profile than that. Keep
            denying.

            Or worse yet, David Epstein, a former professor at
            Columbia University, who fought for adult consensual incest with his
            daughter. His attorney, Matthew Galluzzo said, “It’s okay for
            homosexuals to do whatever they want in their home. How is this so
            different? We have to figure out why some behavior is tolerated and some
            is not.” (Yep, same “tolerance” argument.) But you just keep denying.

            You might as well be denying the price of gas. We see it and know the truth. Also the throuple story has a connection to the Brendan Eich debacle. It’s the homosexual agenda come full circle. First, destroy true marriage, and then foist sexual anarchy on us all.

          • OnlyMyHumbleOpinion

            Wow, you should really research your “proofs” before you post them. In the Kody Brown case, the judge upheld the law against bigamy. All he did was strike down the part of the law that prevented cohabitation. In case you need help with the big word, it means a group of people can now live in the same house together. Seriously.

            Epstein was arrested and pled guilty to incest. How is that man’s crime a “groundswell of support” for incest. Seriously, you can’t even find “reasonable” examples to support your false, hate-laced beliefs.

            Do your research next time.

          • Jacobus Arminius

            You claimed that nobody is fighting for or advocating for this kind of stuff. Yes, they lost, but they are fighting and advocating for it.

            Homosexuals lost many, many cases before they started winning. The same thing will happen with polygamy and all the other perversions.

          • OnlyMyHumbleOpinion

            Tell me you are literate. I will copy/paste my own quote above again. This time, read it.

            “Please listen this time: No one, and I mean no one, is fighting at the state or national level to allow bigamy or bestiality as government-viewed marriage. No one.”

            Your arguments don’t even come close. Stop the fear-mongering and admit you have NO facts to back your crazy claims.

          • Jacobus Arminius

            And I will repeat myself — and you read it — people are fighting for these kinds of things at the state and national level in our courts. Keep denying. We understand this is the only tact you can take with the slippery slope. I gave real cases. And there are many more. Losing today is not the same thing as losing tomorrow. You perverts never give up.

          • OnlyMyHumbleOpinion

            Losing the battle has really rattled your brain to where you can’t even tell truth from propaganda, hate from love, and fact from fiction. Here, I’ll ask it a different way. Name one politician that is seriously pursuing the changes you are “promising” are coming. There are none. All you can point to are crazies trying to stay out of jail with ridiculous arguments. Basically, you are saying that the twinkie defense will destroy America. Wake up.

          • Jacobus Arminius

            You’re the illiterate one. You obviously don’t know the difference between the words “fighting” and “winning.” I have proven that people are fighting for these things in the courts. And your only response is that they are not winning. Those are two different things.

            The homosexuals started out losing too, but they kept on fighting. Now they are winning. And all the other perverts are using the exact same arguments as the homosexuals. It’s just a matter of time before people are more desensitized and eventually surrender to greater evils.

            You want me to stop telling the truth (what you call fear-mongering) so that people will put their guards down so that this stuff can sneak in under the radar. But I’m not going to let that happen. Sorry about your luck.

          • OnlyMyHumbleOpinion

            Those crazies were just trying to stay out of jail, not leading any grass roots efforts. You probably believe the “twinkie defense” will destroy the country. Take your tabloid beliefs to the National Enquirer. They are only ones who might take you seriously.

          • Dannyboy

            People marrying their pets? Ever heard of “bestiality”? Laws on bestiality are being repealed here in the US. And a woman in Scotland has married her dog though it is not legal yet. Pets are being named in wills.

            Oh, a dog can’t “consent” to marriage? A dog can’t consent to anything that an owner does, I suppose. Does that mean a dog owner can’t order his dog around? No. Marriage to a dog can be viewed as quite valid, as long as you are redefining marriage.

            Here is the favorite argument of homosexuals: “How does same sex marriage hurt YOUR marriage?”
            Fine. “How does marrying a dog hurt YOUR marriage?”

          • shepetgene

            Did you just make the argument marrying your dog is the same as ordering your dog to sit or stay? If somebody on here even has to explain to you how flawed and ridiculous that thinking is, I’m worried for you.

          • Dannyboy

            Does a dog consent to be taken to the vet? Does a dog consent to be neutered? Does a dog consent to be put to sleep/put down? Does a dog consent to being put in a kennel? Does a dog consent to eating the food you give him? Does a dog consent to pooping where you tell it to? Does a dog consent to having it pups taken away and put up for adoption?

            A dog does not consent to anything, so the argument that it cannot consent to be married is ridiculous. Someday, people will be allowed to marry dogs, and inanimate objects.

            “How will those marriages hurt YOUR marriage?” It doesn’t so why object to it? There are people who wish to marry animals. Google it.

          • shepetgene

            The argument isn’t that you cannot force a dog to do something, the argument is that a marriage requires consent of two equal human parties. Dogs cannot give consent and they are not humans. Neither are inanimate objects.

            There is not a concerted movement to make marriage between animals and inanimate objects a reality. Pointing to a few extremists is not the same as identifying a national trend or political movement.

          • http://batman-news.com David Franks

            The slippery slope began with OPPOSITE sex marriage. After all, if we allow a man to marry a woman, what’s to stop us form allowing a man to marry several women? Or his sister? Or a dog?

          • portertx

            It happened in the Bible….

          • http://batman-news.com David Franks

            It also happened in Utah in the 19th century before anyone had even dreamed of the legalization of same sex marriage.

          • portertx

            You know we still allow First cousin Marriage also here in the United States (Incest)…Allowed in 26 states and legally recognized in all 50 states…..be-careful it is slippery out there :-)

          • Dannyboy

            “Marriage” is simply the formalization of the natural relationship between a man and woman, which carries on the human race.
            You would not be here if it were not for that. You were not born to two homosexuals. That is a dead end for humanity.
            It is only when the homosexuals have tried to redefine this very natural and necessary relationship, as we see now, that we have been put on the slippery slope.

          • http://batman-news.com David Franks

            “That is a dead end for humanity.”

            So, legalizing same sex marriage will prevent heterosexuals from reproducing? Didn’t realize that. Thanks for the clarification.

          • Dannyboy

            The point is, the only slippery slope is the one started by homosexuals because marriage is the product of the most natural relationship in the world – between men and women. Men and men do not procreate. It is just “sex” if you want to call it that.

          • OnlyMyHumbleOpinion

            Name one state that has repealed beastiality. You can’t. Shut up.

          • Dannyboy

            Google bestiality laws, or bestiality repeal. You will find a lot of information.

          • OnlyMyHumbleOpinion

            Why is it my job to research your fabrications. You made the claim. You back it up. I will say it again: Name one state that has repealed bestiality laws. You can’t. Stop making things up.

          • Laurie Higgins

            Wow, that’s quite a leap. Conservatives argue that the legal recognition of same-sex unions will lead inevitably to sexual anarchy, and then you claim that’s false because the legalization of same-sex faux-marriages in some states has not ended the world.

            The reason the legal recognition of same-sex unions leads to sexual anarchy is that it depends on the acceptance of a host of prior assumptions, all of which are untrue. Acceptance of these assumptions will lead to other cultural shifts–none of which are good or true or conducive to human flourishing.

            Sexual anarchy is upon us. Look no further than the article on “throuples”; a joke about “sondheimizing” children on Modern Family; attacks on the “twincest” taboo on Queerty; the Hunky Jesus contest, Folson Fair, and Up Your Alley in S.Francisco; children being acquired by inherently sterile same-sex couples who deliberately deny children either a mother or a father etc.

            Ideas have consequences. False ideas bear corrosive consequences.

          • OnlyMyHumbleOpinion

            Your logic is seriously flawed to the point of not even being logic. Finding fringe, tabloid-worthy articles does not show a “national trend.” Please. That would be like me saying that by allowing Westboro Baptist to exist, we should be scared that their crazy beliefs will spread to all of the Baptist churches. Therefore, we need a law to ban baptist churches. You like to use big words, but I think it is only to pump up arguments that are quickly losing steam.

          • http://batman-news.com David Franks

            “Anarchy” is an opinion, not a fact. While you’re entitled to your opinion, you should refer to them as such.

          • Laurie Higgins

            It’s just silly to suggest that I identify my opinions as opinions. Most of what is written in the comments sections following any opinion piece are opinions. Are you directing your correction to everyone who as expressed an opinion without identifying it as an opinion or just me? Perhaps I missed it, but I didn’t see that you identified this as your opinion: “since you are merely a silly woman-child, your only interest in this story is to exploit it as an opportunity to demean all gays.”

          • http://batman-news.com David Franks

            I’m glad you agree that your inflammatory use of the phrase “sexual anarchy” is an opinion. Of course, your constant use of phrases such as “sexual anarchy”, “perversion”, “man-boy”, “jack-booted”, etc. are merely a rather immature attempt to demean and insult that which you don’t like and to intimidate the supporters of your hate group into agreeing with you.

          • OnlyMyHumbleOpinion

            And yet none of those consequences you fear have materialized. Nor will they. Once again, no proof.

  • thisoldspouse

    When 18-year-old Florida high school student Kaitlyn Hunt molested a 15-year-old minor female student over an extended period of time and was arrested for it, the screeches from the homosexual lobby, in support of the pedophile Hunt, were deafening. They even started a FaceBook page, “FreeKate,” to lobby for the charges of pedophilia to be dropped.

    Don’t ever let a homophile tell you that their side is against pedophilia.

    • sagecreek

      Just from the “facts” you’ve presented? That kind of situation is generally covered under so-called Romeo and Juliet exemptions. I don’t think many reasonable people would consider that pedophilia. I doubt you would either, if a heterosexual couple of the same ages were involved.

      • thisoldspouse

        All of the elements of the law in Florida were met to indict Kaitlyn. Are homosexuals against current, effective laws?

        • shepetgene

          Yep! You got us. Your presentation of a complicated issue as a simple black-and-white issue has suddenly made us really question everything we’ve ever stood for and made you right about everything. Well I’m off to go write hate-filled take down pieces of large swathes of people by twisting natural and social sciences to fit into a fundamentalist Judeo-Christian worldview.

          • thisoldspouse

            Laws tend to be black and white, as they must. They specify parameters, boundaries, and definitions. Are you against laws doing this?

          • shepetgene

            No I am against a person presenting a complicated issues as black and white. Also laws are often not black and white in reality, that is why we have courts specifically to examine laws and how they are applied.

          • thisoldspouse

            Why is this a complicated issue? Because you deem it as such?

            Are birthdates not known? Has conduct not been verified?

          • shepetgene

            You know why it’s complicated. You yourself admitted that you’re personally against the Romeo and Juliet exemptions – probably because they recognize that not everything in this world is an absolute black and white issue, which apparently bothers you. It’s complicated because there is nothing in particular about the age of 18 that suddenly makes you more an adult that you were one day prior to that birthday. These girls apparently were dating. They were dating before she was 18. The age difference between them is small. The spirit of the age of consent laws is to prevent adults from taking advantage of young adolescents (or children) not to prevent people in high school from dating one another.

          • thisoldspouse

            If all laws are “fuzzy” around the edges, then who gets to dictate the degrees of fuzziness? Who gets to say what goes too far? Judges only?

            That duty should fall to the legislative branch, who pass the laws at the behest of their constituents.

          • shepetgene

            Yes. Judges do have that duty. That is in fact their main duty – to interpret and apply the law. Are you arguing for a different structure of government?

          • thisoldspouse

            And who checks the judiciary, the judges, in this system of “checks and balances?”

          • shepetgene

            Congress approves of federal appointments to the judiciary. Are you asking me for a basic civics lesson right now?

            Yes I do think the judiciary should determine the “fuzziness” of law. That is their job.

          • thisoldspouse

            Judges are not, cannot, be the end of the line, with no recourse. Otherwise, corrupt, prejudicial judges can set egregious decisions into stone, whether conservative or leftist.

        • sagecreek

          Are you presenting Florida law as some kind of model for the nation? Because I know about 49 other states that would have a problem with that.

          • thisoldspouse

            The laws are not the same in every state. Congratulations for attaining that epiphany!!!

            Again, are homosexuals against enforcing the laws in effect. Yes or no.

      • thisoldspouse

        For the record, I’m against the insidious “Romeo and Juliet” exceptions – they essential specify certain instances when a minor “can” consent, something you leftist are always harping cannot happen.

  • The Skeptical Chymist

    Pedophiles should be subjected to a thorough investigation, followed by prosecution and imprisonment if the case is proved. There can be no justification for giving these people a pass.

    Along these lines, I’ll never look at a Woody Allen movie in the same way again. In fact, I don’t think I’ll ever watch one again.

    • thisoldspouse

      Add to those the purveyors and possessors of child porn. Every bit as despicable, and complicit.

      • The Skeptical Chymist

        Absolutely!

  • Dannyboy

    Child molestation or not, the homosexual movement is indoctrinating children at a young age in public schools to get them used to homosexuality, same sex marriage, penis surgery etc.

    It shows that the homosexual movement has no problem propagandizing children. Homosexuals do not, of course, admit that there is anything wrong with such propaganda.

    Homosexuals say, “What is wrong with telling a 6 year old child that he or she can marry a man or a woman? It’s the law. Just like gambling, which is also legal.”

    “What is wrong with telling children that a penis can be placed in more than one location, inside a man or a woman, and that each is equally legitimate and pleasurable?”

    “What is wrong with telling a 5 year old that some people have gender confusion and want their penis cut off, have breasts implanted, and pumped full of hormones? It’s legal and will make the 5 year old more sensitive to the trans-gendered so that they won’t be bullied. Why would telling a 5 year old that he can have penis surgery some day be a problem.”

    That’s homosexuals for you. They go after children, if not sexually then in their hearts and souls.

    • OnlyMyHumbleOpinion

      Your post is completely irrelevant to this article. Please do not attempt to hijack this comments section with your off-topic rant.

      • Laurie Higgins

        OnlyMyHumbleOpinion,
        Dannyboy’s comments, though not directly related to the Hollywood scandal, are relevant to the larger issue. The ubiquitous homoeroticism-affirming juggernaut is all of a execrable piece. Pro-homosexual activists in Hollywood, academia, and the mainstream media are abusing their power to inculcate Americans with their unproven assumptions. Hollywood storytellers and public school “educators” are doing the same dirty work.. They know it’s easier to capture the hearts and minds of 16-year-olds than 36-year-olds, and easier still the capture the hearts and minds of 6-year-olds.

        • OnlyMyHumbleOpinion

          Wow, nice use of a thesaurus. If your argument sucks, fill it with big words to make it impressively confusing. Does not change the fact that he spammed this comment section. I flagged him for it.

      • Doug Bristow

        Can’t handle truth?

        • OnlyMyHumbleOpinion

          Love the truth. Staying on topic is not questioning the truth. Check out all my posts before you ask silly, irrelevant questions.

  • Laurie Higgins

    Someone suggested I am hypocritical in not writing about heterosexual pedophilia (or ephebophilia or hebephilia for the rhetorically punctilious among us–you know, those who want the various forms of sexual perversion denoted accurately).
    Perhaps my sieve-like brain has forgotten a scandal or two, but I can’t recall a heterosexual pedophilia scandal of this magnitude. The Catholic priest scandal is the closest analogue, but that too was primarily homosexual.
    Jerry Sandusky’s was not the same kind of scandal because he was the lone perpetrator, but his scandalous abuse was homosexual in nature too.
    This scandal is just the latest in reports that abuse of minors by Hollywood bigwigs is a well-known Tinseltown secret.
    In addition to the horrific nature of allegations, this story is important in that these men are responsible to a significant degree in culture-making. Stories serve critically important roles in forming (and deforming culture). The sexual predilections of these storytellers are without a doubt influencing their work and hence our culture.
    In addition, like Sandusky, their positions and their power offer them a measure of insulation from legal and social consequences for their abuse.
    I noticed in another comment that someone made the inevitable claim that abuse of boys by men is “pedophilia”–not homosexual pedophilia. Many readers may not be aware of the tricksy manipulation of rhetoric that leads to this bizarre claim.
    Liberals in the “mental health” community argue that only adults who are attracted to adults have an “orientation” (i.e., heterosexual, homosexual, or bisexual). These liberals assert that those who are attracted to children or teens have no sexual orientation. (I’m sure you can see where this is going) Men who are attracted only to male children or teens have no sexual orientation, and, therefore, they are not homosexual pedophiles (or hebephiles or ephebophiles). They are just pedophiles. Abracadabra–such a thing as a “homosexual pedophile,” like a chimera, does not exist.

    • sagecreek

      Woody Allen much?

      • thisoldspouse

        And he’s still lionized, because he is in the Hollywood elite. If he had been a conservative – curtains.

    • shepetgene

      Laurie, the medical community recognizes pedophilia as a paraphilia. It is a paraphilia because a relationship of equals among an adult and child is impossible. A man being attracted to male children does not make that man a homosexual by medical definition, it makes them a pedophile. That is an important clarification – not a “tricksy manipulation” – because people such as yourself try to conflate the two to undermine consensual, healthy adult relationships and deny them legal representation.

      If I were someone who regularly related gay people with the holocaust and pedophilia, I’d be more apprehensive about leveling the claim of “tricksy manipulation of rhetoric.”

      • Doug Bristow

        You have a name for this, that and the other but what it all boils down to is SINFUL SICK TWISTED PERVERSION.

    • http://batman-news.com David Franks

      “Of this magnitude”? Are you serious? ONE individual has made a number of highly questionable accusations, which you’re willing to assume are true. If we learn that this man is lying, will you print a retraction? (I think we know the answer to that question). If you were honest, your headline would have included the word “alleged”; however, since you are merely a silly woman-child, your only interest in this story is to exploit it as an opportunity to demean all gays. And yet you wonder why the organization that’s paying you has been categorized as a hate group.

      • http://batman-news.com David Franks

        And since you insultingly refer to Dan Savage as a silly man-child, I’m quite justified in applying a comparable epithet to you, aren’t I?

        • thisoldspouse

          You like and agree with Dan Savage? Really?

          • http://batman-news.com David Franks

            Whether I do or not is irrelevant. The point is that if Mrs. Higgins can demean her opponents with slurs, I can do the same to her, can’t I?

          • thisoldspouse

            I would hope that all sane people would demean Dan Savage – he is a degenerate, obscene, profane barbarian. There is NOTHING good that can be said about his deplorable behavior.

          • Matthew T. Mason

            Yeah. I would think we could all be in general agreement Dan Savage is a sick SOB who would be better off dead than alive, except for those who would make a martyr out of him like they did Harvey Milk and Matthew Shepard.

            I’m sorry, but there’s no sugar coating it.

          • Matthew T. Mason

            You are about to find out why name dropping Dan Savage was a mistake.

    • portertx

      Really ? Roman Polanski – does that ring a bell? How about Robert Smith, 65, from the UK – Most recently Lisa Biron lawyer from the Alliance Defending Freedom …How about the heterosexual Ariel Castro (from Cleveland) .

      As someone who is basically acting as a reporter/blogger – it escaped me that you don’t understand how Google or other search engines work works.

      • thisoldspouse

        People who behave heterosexually are about 98% of the population. You would expect there to be more instances of sexual abuse in this population by sheer magnitude.

        Which group is safer: a group that comprises 98% of the population that exhibits 2% of an abusive behavior, or a group that comprises 2% of the population that exhibits 20% of an abusive behavior (being generous)?

  • DC/Tex

    The homosexual (not PC gay) “AGENDA” is the worst disease infecting and destroying the morals and family values of the USA and the world.
    Homosexuals WERE NOT BORN THAT WAY, they CHOOSE their UNNATURAL UNHEALTHY lifestyle, so, homosexuality does NOT qualify as a civil rights discrimination issue. Homosexuals had equal rights, now they have special rights and want more. Every special right awarded to homosexuals infringes on our rights.
    Homosexuality will NEVER be natural, mentally or physically healthy, accepted, or OK!
    God loves everyone, as we all should, including homosexuals. God hates all sin, as we all should including homosexuality and He says it is an abomination.

  • Sam

    Gay men are just obsessed with their penises. It’s a sickness with them. You have to be pretty sick to do the things that gay people do to each other.

    • portertx

      Men in general are obsessed with their penises….

  • Burton Pauly

    I don’t know about Hollywood, but I remember as far back as 1953 how there were swarms of so-called gays roaming the streets of San Francisco offering their services to me and other sailors. Just ask any sailor who has been there.

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