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Hollywood’s Other Best Kept Sex Coverup

Hollywood has kept most of its sexual secrets under wraps. It’s almost impossible to hide anything today. There are too many media outlets. There are too many media gates to guard. The Harvey Weinstein exposé is a current example.

In the past, stars that were known to be homosexual by Hollywood insiders were often paired with women and even married to hide the truth from the public. Rock Hudson is a good example. Raymond Burr, the actor most identified with the Perry Mason TV character, had his biography whitewashed of any sexual indiscretions, especially anything that even suggested that he was homosexual. “Burr married actress Isabella (‘Bella’) Ward on January 10, 1949. They lived together for less than a year and divorced after four years.”

AP reporter Bob Thomas recalls that “it was an open secret . . .  that he was gay. He had a companion who was with him all the time. That was a time in Hollywood history when homosexuality was not countenanced. Ray was not a romantic star by any means, but he was a very popular figure . . . [I]f it was revealed at that time in Hollywood history [that he was gay] it would have been very difficult for him to continue.”

Being gay in Hollywood is now something to be celebrated. The truth is, homosexuals and pedophiles have been preying on young actors for decades. Hollywood pedophilia has been kept secret. Why? Money.

Hollywood has covered up its man-boy homosexual underworld. Some have tried to tell the story, but the mainstream media bury the facts. For example:

Lawsuits alleging the sexual abuse of minors in a Hollywood pedophilia ring were filed in Hawaii … against three prominent Hollywood executives: David Neuman, Gary Goddard, and Garth Ancier. The suits were announced at the Four Seasons Hotel by Jeff Herman, the attorney representing Michael Egan, the man who alleges he was sexually abused by “X-Men” director Bryan Singer as a teen. (Hollywood Reporter)

The story came and went with little fanfare. The documentary An Open Secret was produced, but “Oscar-nominated director Amy Berg admitted she had yet to find any company willing to distribute the disturbing 100-minute film. Stopping short of saying that Hollywood was protecting its own, Ms Berg confessed that even small movie festivals had refused to show An Open Secret.” (Daily Mail) It’s getting attention now.

Everything will be done to destroy the credibility of the accusers. Of course, these are alleged charges. (“Through his attorney, Singer has denied the allegations and has threatened a countersuit. Singer also claims to have proof he was not in Hawaii when Egan claims he was drugged and raped by the director.”) Even so, they need to be adjudicated if there is substantiated evidence.

Former child star Corey Feldman published his memoir Coreyography. Feldman starred in hit movies like Stand By Me, The Lost Boys, Gremlins, The Goonies, and The Burbs. Feldman opened up about his drug abuse and how adult sex with minor boys is common in Hollywood.

The Daily Mail reported this story:

“A wave of child abuse allegations in Hollywood have emerged . . . – including that of a Julliard-trained ‘Sesame Street’ composer who allegedly produced and distributed porn, and a Hollywood manager who was charged with abusing a former client.

“Which begs the question – is there a heinous epidemic of child abuse in Hollywood?

“Recent childhood abuse allegations have brought to the forefront atrocious reports from former child actors who said paedophilia has been a common practice in Hollywood.”

Here’s what Corey Feldman told ABC’s Nightline when the report surfaced: “I can tell you that the number one problem in Hollywood was and always will be paedophilia. That’s the biggest problem for children in this industry. . . It’s the biggest secret.”

Watch this interview with Feldman on a 2013 episode of “The View.” We were warned, but no one wanted to hear it, including Barbara Walters:

Little House on the Prairie star Alison Arngrim agreed. ‘This has been going on for a very long time,’ she told Fox News. ‘It was the gossip back in the 80s. People said, “Oh yeah, the Coreys [Corey Feldman and Corey Haim], everyone’s had them.” People talked about it like it was no big deal.’”

By “had,” she means “had sex with them.”

Feldman had this to say in a Fox411 interview about his book Coreography:

FOX411: You write that Corey Haim was raped by a very powerful Hollywood player on the set of ‘Lucas’ and he tried to initiate something with you.

Feldman: In his mind that was just what guys do, that’s what he tried to sell me on. He wasn’t bisexual. He didn’t understand what was right and wrong. He’d been manipulated and lied to and used and abused. So was I, but I wasn’t yet at that point. He told me, to me it was the craziest story I had ever heard. I had to explain, ‘No man that’s not how it goes.’ But then a few months later the same thing happened to me, though not as graphically.

FOX411: You say that pedophilia is common in Hollywood.

Feldman: I think there’s a lot more of it than we’d like to believe and a lot more of it in all paths of life. The world is a very, very dark place right now. Right now, more than any other time in the history of mankind we need to have spirituality in our lives, we need to believe in a higher power and stay positive no matter what.

Instead of confronting this “dark place,” we have homosexuality and homosexual marriages forced on the rest of us as a new moral norm. Chris Christie has capitulated in New Jersey, and Newark Mayor and Senator-elect of New Jersey Corey Booker is marrying homosexuals as fast as he can.

What message is this sending to young people? That it’s OK to engage in homosexual behavior. So when an older male shows sexual interest in a teenager, there is no longer any moral resistance. The courts and the entertainment industry say it’s OK.

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