The militant homosexual lobby insists that they are always victims of society and denies that homosexuality is connected with pedophilia and exploitation of children.
BUT THE FACTS SAY OTHERWISE
Corey Feldman, a Hollywood actor who starred in feature films in the 1980s, has written an honest, frank book describing how he and his fellow teen actors were molested and initiated into a life of vice and drug-abuse while working in “gay” Hollywood. The book, called “Coreyography: A Memoir” relates how Feldman worked with Corey Haim, another teen star, and the good-looking pair were targetted by queer predators all the time they were involved in film-making.
Haim tragically died at the age of 38….as a result of the drug habit he had aquired in Hollywood.
“Eighties teen idol Corey Feldman details the sexual abuse he and late friend Corey Haim suffered at the hands of avaricious Hollywood sex predators during their childhood acting careers in his new book Coreyography: A Memoir, RadarOnline.com has learned.
Haim first revealed the abuse he’d suffered to Feldman when the two shot the 1986 comedy Lucas, Feldman said in the book. He said that on the set of the film, Haim told him “an adult male convinced him that it was perfectly normal for older men and younger boys in the business to have sexual relations, that it was what all the guys do.
“So they walked off to a secluded area between two trailers … and Haim allowed himself to be sodomized.”
An innocent and naive Haim then propositioned Feldman, but nothing ever happened, the actor said, as he informed his new friend that such behavior was “not what kids do, man.”
In another instance, Feldman discusses the sexual predators in his own life, including a man identified as “Ron” who his father had hired for him as an assistant. Ron often drugged the young actor, then performed sexual acts on the “petrified” and “revolted” youth, Feldman said, adding that “over a period of many years, I would begin to realize that many of the people I had surrounded myself with were monsters.”
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Haim tragically died in March 2010 at 38 of an accidental drug overdose at an Oakwood apartment complex in Burbank, Calif.
Feldman advises prospective stage parents to think twice before launching their children into show business.
“People always ask me about life after childhood stardom. What would I say to parents of children in the industry? My only advice, honestly, is to get these kids out of Hollywood and let them lead normal lives,” Feldman wrote.
One of Feldman’s greatest confidantes in that time was Michael Jackson, who Feldman said never attempted anything inappropriate him him.
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“Michael Jackson’s world, crazy as it sounds, had become my happy place,” he said. “Being with Michael brought me back to my innocence. When I was with Michael, it was like being 10 years old again.”
Elsewhere in the memoir, Feldman details the horrific abuse he suffered at the hands of his mother Sheila, a one-time Playboy Playmate. A drug-addict she wanted the money that her son could earn regardless of what it involved, and got violent when he tried to rebel.
Coreyography: A Memoir hits stores next week.
Corey Feldman: ‘I’ll Name Men Who Abused Me As Kid Actor’
Monday, October 21, 2013
Another horrifying story of homosexual abuse of teenage boys
Corey Feldman and Corey Haim were famous when I was a teenager, most notably for the Lost Boys, that film about vampires that launched the careers of Jason Patric and Kiefer Sutherland.
In his new book, Corey Feldman reveals that he and Corey Haim were both abused by homosexuals in the entertainment industry, when they were early teenagers. He first went to the police and complained about this in 1993 ..but nothing was done. Why? Because the Hollywood elite were too rich, too high-up and powerful.
The gay lobby will of course deny that this is a gay problem or a gay issue. Just as they talk around and skirt the fact that 30-35% of adult gay men were abused by men when they were kids — much higher than in the general male population — the lobby engages in all kinds of rhetorical sleights to avoid the sexual assault and predation problem in the gay male community.
They say that male-male statutory rape isn’t actually gay, because gay men don’t do those kinds of things; men who molest teenage boys are really some other sexual orientation they don’t want to accept as part of the gay community.
But I discussed this in past articles as it related to the Tyler Clementi case. Just the facts of Clementi’s suicide called for a frank discussion about the banality with which the gay community treats sex between men in their 20s, 30s, and older on one hand, and youths between the ages of 13 and 19 on the other hand. By the age of 18, when he was a freshman at Rutgers, Clementi was already a regular on online hookup sites, and he found it unremarkable to invite a 30-year-old stranger into the dormitory room he shared with another freshman he’d only known for three weeks.
Instead of looking at the Clementi case and saying, “whoa, we have got to address the problem of predatory sex in the gay male community,” the gay lobby said, “let’s make this all about homophobia and launch It Gets Better.” It Gets Better then drew hundreds of thousands more impressionable and vulnerable teenage boys, questioning themselves, into the cyber world where they could become initiated into the dangerous terrain of predatory sex with older men. This is no doubt one reason that the CDC’s most recent report found a spike in boys aged 13-19 contracting HIV after having anal sex.
The Hollywood environment is particularly bad for young males because there is the promise of someone mentoring the youth, the need for both acclaim and financial backing in a competitive workplace, and the industry’s innate interest in good looks. But Hollywood should be taken as a microcosm for gay men to ponder, not an anomaly. What Feldman will describe in his book represents things that are real for many gay men in their own lives.
I know, because I’ve gotten emails from gay men who tell me, “I am gay because I was abused. I can’t change it, but that is what happened. I wish the gay community would be honest about this.”
Posted by R.O. López at 9:44 PM
on English Manif website
[Update, after receiving a few emails questioning the 40% figure, I double-checked the report by the CDC on rates of sexual abuse survivors in the adult MSM population, and it was actually 37.5%. Also, since only a little more than 90% of these cases involved male adult perpetrators, the number who were abused by “gay men” has to be downgraded a little.]
Posted on November 9, 2013 by clairethinker