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‘An Open Secret’: Bryan Singer and the Hollywood Gay Pedophile Scandal

Posted on | December 10, 2017 | 1 Comment

“Since 2006 Bryan Singer has contributed at least $87,620 to Democratic candidates and committees. . . . In 2011 and 2012 Singer contributed a combined $61,600 to the Democratic National Committee.”
Caroline May, Daily Caller, April 17, 2014

When X Men director Bryan Singer was sued in 2014 for raping a teenage boy, he called the accusations “outrageous, vicious and completely false.” This past week, he was sued for raping another teenage boy:

A man is suing “X-Men” director Bryan Singer for allegedly sexually abusing him on a yacht when he was 17 years old, a claim Singer “categorically denies.”
Cesar Sanchez-Guzman says Singer abused him in 2003 during a party on a yacht owned by Lester Waters, “a wealthy tech investor who frequently hosted parties for young gay males in the Seattle area,” according to a suit filed in Washington state superior court.
The suit alleges that Singer “lured Cesar into a room, shut the door and demanded that Cesar perform oral sex. When Plaintiff refused, Bryan Singer forced him into acts of oral and anal sex.”
It adds that Singer later informed Sanchez-Guzman that he could help Sanchez-Guzman get into acting if he didn’t tell anyone about the incident. . . .
A representative for Singer said the director “will vehemently defend this lawsuit to the very end” and questioned why Sanchez-Guzman waited to file the lawsuit.
“Significantly, when Sanchez-Guzman filed for bankruptcy only a few years ago, he failed to disclose this alleged claim when he was supposed to identify all of his assets, but conveniently, now that the bankruptcy court discharged all of his debts, he is able to recall the alleged events,” the statement from the representative said.

Exactly what does the plaintiff’s bankruptcy have to do with whether Singer raped him? This is an irrelevant smear to discredit the accuser. But what do we know about the accuser?

Cesar Sanchez-Guzman . . . said in an interview Friday that fear of being outed as gay kept the then-high school student from reporting the attack to police.
Sanchez-Guzman, now 31, also alleged that Singer boasted of being powerful in the film industry and warned him against reporting the rape.
“He smirked and said, if I say anything, he was very popular and could basically ruin my reputation,” Sanchez-Guzman said. . . .
Sanchez-Guzman said that he and his family had moved to the Seattle area the year before. “I was finding myself, having just recently come out of the closet to my friends,” he said, and began attending parties popular with other young gay men, thrown by a local tech investor.
He described himself as being “selected” by the investor for an invite to the party on the yacht, on which alcohol flowed as it sailed Lake Union and Lake Washington. . . .
He said he later told a close friend of the rape but did not tell his family or go to the police. His family was made up of strict Pentecostal converts who had sent him on two religious retreats, including one in which there was an effort made to “rid [him] of a homosexual evil spirit,” Sanchez-Guzman said.
He believed that reporting Singer would have resulted in them learning that he was gay. “That was not an option,” Sanchez-Guzman said. “I knew if I did, the consequences would be worse for me.”

This highlights one of the factors that enables gay predators to continue preying on teenage boys. Whether the victim identifies as gay or not, if he goes public with an accusation, the boy’s reputation is inevitably damaged. Is he gay? Well, no more party invitations for him, if he’s going to “cause a scene” by objecting to the advances of older men. Is he straight? Oh, sure he’s straight — nudge, nudge, wink, wink — which leaves him to explain why he was hanging out with gay dudes.

Saturday night, I watched Amy Berg’s must-see documentary An Open Secret, which specifically focused on the gay pedophile culture in Hollywood, including the notorious Digital Entertainment Network scandal, which was involved in the 2014 lawsuit against Singer. There is a reason why Berg’s documentary has never been shown on TV, and it’s the same reason why the phrase “gay pedophile” never appears in the media. No one wants to be accused of “homophobia” or promoting harmful “stereotypes” about gay men preying on young boys, and this fear of offending the powerful LGBT lobby is, of course, another one of the factors that permits such predatory behavior to continue.

Political correctness is dangerous. Many journalists apparently believe they have a duty to act as public-relations agents for the gay community, which results in a “see-no-evil” attitude toward homosexual behavior. You’re a bigot — a hater — if you mention that some gay men like to hang out with teenage boys in a not entirely platonic way. And we know which political party benefits from this conspiracy of silence:

“In 2006 and 2007 Singer contributed a combined total of $6,500 to Hillary Clinton’s campaigns, according to the Center for Responsive Politics’ Open Secrets. In 2011 and 2012 Singer contributed a combined $61,600 to the Democratic National Committee.”
Singer has also hosted notoriously raucous gay parties at the home of film director Roland Emmerich, the London Daily Mail reported. In a 2011 interview with the Advocate, a leading gay publication, Emmerich described how Singer invited hundreds of “twinks” — slang for very young gay men — to the annual pool parties at Emmerich’s Hollywood estate. The paper highlighted a photo showing scores of men frolicking in Emmerich’s swimming pool.
It was at Emmerich’s estate in June 2007 that Hillary Clinton attended an “LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender) fundraiser event” for her Democrat presidential campaign.

Well, isn’t that an interesting coincidence? Far be it from me to suggest that Hillary Clinton is pro-LGBT in anything other than a political sense, or to wonder why Huma Abedin was spending so much time with Hillary while Huma’s husband was chasing teenage girls online. Such lurid insinuations would be . . . undignified. Also, I don’t want to imply that there are no gay Republicans. You don’t have to be heterosexual to want to Make America Great Again, after all. According to exit polls, Donald Trump got 14% of the gay vote in 2016, which is more than the percentage (8%) of black voters he got. Liberals would probably say the gays who voted for Trump are racist, and the black Trump supporters are homophobes. My hunch is they were all as sick of the Clintons as the white heterosexuals who voted for Trump, but I digress . . .

It’s a hateful stereotype to suggest gay men are interested in teenage boys, so I guess Bryan Singer’s ex-boyfriend is a homophobe:

One of Bryan Singer’s alleged former lovers has pulled back the curtain on his relationship with the X-Men director — a relationship that he says involved fancy dinners, set visits and easy access to drugs and sex.
‘It was a never-ending supply of cute young men,’ Bret Tyler Skopek, 22, told Deadline in an exclusive interview, in which he opened up about his year-long relationship with Singer.
Then 18, Skopek said that he initially met Singer . . . at a 2013 Halloween party a month after he arrived in Los Angeles, but that he didn’t know who the director at the time.
Not long after the Halloween party, Skopek said a middle-aged computer technician started texting him. Following a lunch, the man invited Skopek to his home, then allegedly plied him with MDMA and raped him while he was unconscious.
Skopek did not press charges against the man, who later introduced him to a variety of prominent Hollywood personalities, Skopek said.
In December 2013, he had his second encounter with Singer at a birthday party dinner that Singer threw for the computer tech at Nobu Restaurant.
Skopek recalled that Singer had boasted about spending $1,000 on the dinner bill that night, then invited him, along with two other young men at the party, back to his house on Sunset Strip.
Following a tour of the house, Skopek said that he and the other young men were ‘kind of chilling’ in the basement. Then, ‘Bryan takes us up, one by one, and gives us all a Molly [MDMA],’ Skopek told Deadline, adding that Singer split the pills with them saying, ‘”I’ll do half if you do half.”‘
After ingesting the drugs, Skopek said that he, Singer and the other two men started having group sex. The next morning, Singer offered to take Skopek to breakfast and then to visit Singer’s Bad Hat Harry Productions studio, where they were editing one of the X-Men movies at the time.
‘We maybe spend almost the whole day together at the studio until I take a Snapchat… Bryan gets mad at me and says he’ll have his assistant drive me home,’ Skopek said.
Skopek said that the December 2013 encounter was the first of many that involved dinner, then group sex with Singer. . . .
Skopek said that he ended his relationship with Singer in December 2014, after coming to the conclusion that their relationship was one-sided.
Skopek, who said that Singer had promised him a part in an X-Men movie that never came through, began to see himself as the ‘after-hours kid’ — Singer’s beck and call guy.
‘I was so depressed,’ Skopek said. ‘They would lead me on that I could get an audition. But all you’re good for is sex.’

You’re just a bigot if you believe homosexual men like teenage boys, so don’t believe Bret Skopek, who was 18 when he was having group sex with homosexual men — allegedly, I hasten to add.

 

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