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Saturday, March 02, 2019

Gay actor defends gay molestations

Actor Ian McKellen defended director Bryan Singer and actor Kevin Spacey against allegations of molesting minors. He blamed society.

"Most of them were in the closet. Hence, all their problems as people and their relationship with other people. If they had been able to be open about themselves and their desires, they wouldn’t have started abusing people in the way they’ve been accused," McKellen said.

Oh really?

He was 49 when he came out of the closet.

Variety reported on January 23 that four men said Singer molested them in the 1990s. One was 13 at the time.

USA Today reported on November 17, 2017 that 15 men accused Spacey. One man was 14 at the time.

Both men deny the 19 allegations. Let us give them the benefit of the doubt.

But there is no mistaking McKellen's defense of the indefensible. He thinks they should continue to work.

"I think that's rather up to the public. Do you want to see someone who's been accused of something that you don't approve of? Do you ever want to see them again? If the answer is no, you won't buy a ticket, you won't turn on the television. But there may be others for whom that's not a consideration," McKellen said.

Well, that is good to know.

So when does Roseanne Barr get to return to her show?

By the way, maybe McKellen spoke from experience for he also said, "Frankly, I"m waiting for someone to accuse me of something, and me wondering if they're not telling the truth and me having forgotten."

17 comments:

  1. Tic toc. He knows. Nice deflection attempt though.

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  2. So were supposed to believe all women but not men.

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  3. we are supposed to believe gays can do no wrong, ever,,

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  4. I am gay, and having nothing but scorn for Spacey's behavior and McKellen's defense.

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  5. Most of them were in the closet. Hence, all their problems as people and their relationship with other people. If they had been able to be open about themselves and their desires, they wouldn’t have started abusing people in the way they’ve been accused

    Sorry, dad, that one doesn't even make sense.

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    1. Doesn't that sound as if he's channeling Professor Irwin Corey? "started abusing people in the way they've been accused?"
      Professor Corey said >...'Salvation is it's own reward." Hey, Maybe they went to the same schools?

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    2. Hollywood is teeming with gays and always has been. If Spacey and Singer were 5 star generals they may have had to stay in the closet but that is not the case in showbiz.

      It's a fact that gay orgies are commonplace in show biz and one of the jobs of a gay's personal assistant is to be on the lookout for young males to satisfy the insatiable appetite for young, new boys.

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  6. Never heard of McKellen. Sounds like a guilty man talking. Whoever smelt it dealt it. Just like Spacey.

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  7. Moira Greywind would strongly disagree. She lived through it, found strength through faith and believes with reason that some of can be explained by imprinting.

    Her book: http://www.castaliahouse.com/castalia-house-new-release-the-last-closet-the-dark-side-of-avalon/

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  8. For those unfamiliar- This is the guy who plays Gandolf in the "Hobbit" series. So
    the Grey wizard should be using a Chickenhawk to escape from Sauroman's Tower?

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  9. So generally people are disapproving of older men chasing much younger women - it cost Roy Moore his re-election - but gay twink culture must not be questioned. Ok then.

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    1. Roy Moore was a "practice session" for the Kavanaugh hearings. One worked, one didn't. The next time will be worse. The defense "but, but, fairfax..." doesn't work for Republicans.

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  10. Scratch a gay man, find a pedophile. It's a recruiting expense.

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  11. All those who accused Kavanaugh should be asked about these accusations about pedophiles.

    Many, perhaps most, queer men would be happy having sex with underage big boys.

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    1. Can you blame them? I mean, men are disgusting sexually. Thank God women like 'em. If you were a man, and you needed somehow to have sex with men, wouldn't you pick the most girl-like man you could find? That's a little boy.

      I mean, it's every kind of bad and wrong, but narrowly it makes a sort of sense. In any case, therefore, I have to question all these gays who proclaim revulsion at der kinder. It would be like me decrying sex with buxom redheads - that's the tops, man, that's the best you can get, why would you say no?

      Oh, right, prison. You can't say Oh, right, disgrace, anymore, because that ship has sailed. Disgrace = being out of alignment with Barack Obama's values, whatever they are today.

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