The way to cover yourself when you are doing something sinister is to hide behind something noble. It’s no surprise that many homosexuals enter the priesthood. They do it for cover and access to impressionable boys. Who would ever suspect a priest of wrongdoing?
Hollywood actor Pat O’Brien, the film industry’s model priest, would never do such a thing. How times have changed.
What better way to have access to young boys than to coach at a major university and use the high profile position to gain favor with the community? That’s what Jerry Sandusky is said to have done at Penn State:
“The trial of Jerry Sandusky on 52 charges of sexual crimes against children started on June 11, 2012, at the Centre County Courthouse in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania. Four charges were subsequently dropped, leaving 48. On June 22, 2012, Sandusky was found guilty on 45 of 48 counts of sexual abuse. Sandusky was sentenced on October 9, 2012 to a minimum of 30 years and maximum of 60 years in prison.”
Now we’re learning that a prominent Democrat activist and donor was indicted for allegedly having sex with a 15-year-old boy. He is 66-year-old Terrence Patrick Bean, the co-founder of Human Rights Campaign.”
Who would suspect someone who is for Human Rights to do such a thing? Matt Barber writes:
“Yet another high profile ‘gay’ activist has been arrested for homosexual assault on a child. This time authorities caught one of the big fish (a rainbow trout?). Terrance Patrick Bean founded the ‘Human Rights Campaign’ (HRC), which is one of the world’s largest, wealthiest and most powerful anti-Christian organizations. To this day he remains on the board of directors. HRC was developed for the sole purpose of pushing the extremist homosexual political agenda. Bean is also a major player for the DNC and a big Obama supporter.”
A story like this should not surprise us since there are no longer any sexual taboos. If moral and legal trends continue, there won’t be anything morally wrong with older men having sex with teenagers. If young girls don’t have to inform their parents when they’re going to kill their unborn babies, what makes us think they’ll have to tell when some man who’s looking for a young sexual partner to groom engages in sex with your child?
Elementary school children — fifth graders — are learning about safe anal sex, how to use “lubrication and how to insert condoms into the anus for anal sex.”
The Oregonian describes Bean as “a prominent gay rights activist and major Democratic Party fundraiser.” I’m surprised. I would have guessed that Bean’s homosexuality would have been absent from the story, as well as his affiliation with the Democrats.
Consider this surprising comment from a USA Today article:
“This story was first reported by the local press, and there have been vague references to sexual trouble for Bean and Lawson since June, but the national media has not picked it up. That oversight is politically convenient for President Obama as he tries to pull off one of his riskiest political moves ever with his amnesty executive order.
“If one of President George W. Bush’s bundlers would have been charged with child rape, make no mistake about it, the media feeding frenzy would have been uncontrollable – which would be legitimate given the severity of the allegation. The silence surrounding Terrence Bean exposes the national media’s partisan double standard in obscene detail.”
I guess there’s only so much that the liberal media can cover up.
How might Bean’s defense team spin the allegations? There are two ways to go. First, deny it ever happened. It’s Bean’s word against that of a teenager. It’s the word of someone who founded the Human Rights Campaign against a confused 15-year-old boy. Who are you going to believe?
Second, Bean could argue that the sex was consensual. Again, it would be his word against the boy’s.
Consent is the new moral standard. As long as two people agree to do something together, that behavior is by definition moral. There have been those in the homosexual community who have been trying to lower the age of consent. If a 15-year-old girl can get an abortion without parental consent, then why shouldn’t a 15-year-old boy be able to consent to sex with a man? Who’s to say otherwise?