The children of LGBT families are invisible because no one wants to see them because “gay rights.”
The sons and daughters of LGBT families remind me of Ralph Ellison’s “invisible man,” who said he was invisible because no one wanted to see him. Likewise, Moira Greyland’s famous mother and father subjected her and others to horrible abuse, and the major media treats it as a non-story.
Greyland (who changed her last name to disassociate herself from her parents) was the daughter of the famous science fiction writer Marion Zimmer Bradley. Greyland wrote about Bradley in a 2014 email to a Science Fiction blog,
The first time she molested me, I was three. The last time, I was twelve, and able to walk away.
I had been living partially on couches since I was ten years old because of the out of control drugs, orgies, and constant flow of people in and out of our family “home.”
None of this should be news. Walter was a serial rapist with many, many, many victims (I named 22 to the cops) but Marion was far, far worse. She was cruel and violent, as well as completely out of her mind sexually. I am not her only victim, nor were her only victims girls.
You would think this would be news, but I can’t find any evidence that major media picked up the story. Here’s a YouTube video that completely buries the role of LGBT ideology:
Now, Greyland has written an autobiography. I doubt all LGBT families are as extreme as hers, but the point is that much of the abuse was known and was ignored.
The daughter of famed science fiction author Marion Zimmer Bradley has written an autobiographical account revealing the horrors of growing up in a home raised by LGBT parents who repeatedly sexually abused her and her brothers.
“I have heard all the customary protestations. ‘Your parents were evil because they were evil, not because they were gay,’ but I disagree,” writes Moira Greyland in her new book, The Last Closet: The Dark Side of Avalon.
“The underlying problem is a philosophical one that is based on beliefs that are not only common to gay culture but to popular culture. And this is the central belief: All Sex is Always Right No Matter What,” she wrote.
“I had both biological parents in the home, but both refused to act like traditional parents,” writes Greyland. “I needed my father to protect me and to see me as a girl instead of refusing to protect me and seeing me as an amorphous nothing who competed with him for boys. I needed my mother to love me and hold me and comfort me instead of being a terrifying, angry dictator. Worse than that, I was expected to not want them to love me and protect me, or to act like normal parents. I was supposed to be happy that they were doing their own thing, no matter what they did to us.”[…]
Alarmingly, Greyland reveals that her parents’ sympathetic views of pedophilia and pederasty had been a public fact for decades, one known particularly among science fiction and fantasy fans who attended fan conferences.[…]
“Every single child of gay parents with whom I spoke had certain things in common,” she writes in The Last Closet. “Those with only same-sex parents in the home ached for their missing parent and longed for a real father, and nearly all of us had been sexualized far too young.”
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