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HOLLYWOOD, California, November 03, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — Responding to an accusation of attempted rape of a 14-year-old boy, actor Kevin Spacey defended himself by claiming to be homosexual.

Spacey was accused last week of sexually harassing Anthony Rapp in 1986, literally picking him up, putting him on a bed, and making unwanted sexual advances towards him. At the time, Spacey was 26, while Rapp was only 14.

After 31 years of keeping it inside, Rapp was inspired by recent public confessions against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein to speak out.

“He picked me up like a groom picks up the bride over the threshold,” Rapp recalled. “I’m like, ‘What’s going on?’ And then he lays down on top of me.”

Within three hours of Rapp’s story going viral, Spacey responded.  “I’m beyond horrified to hear his story,” the two-time Oscar winner tweeted, saying he didn’t remember harassing Rapp.  “If I did behave then as he describes, I owe him the sincerest apology for what would have been deeply inappropriate drunken behavior.”

“In my life I have had relationships with both men and women. I have loved and had romantic encounters with men throughout my life, and I choose now to live as a gay man,” wrote the actor.

Spacey’s decision to “live as a gay man” appears to contradict the homosexual narrative that homosexuality is not chosen, but innate, inborn, and natural. 

Whether Spacey intended it or not, the statement goes from him trying to excuse imposing himself sexually on a minor while possibly drunk to suggesting that his actions may have something to do with him being homosexual.  

Homosexual advocates immediately tried to distance themselves from Spacey.

“Coming-out stories should not be used to deflect from allegations of sexual assault,” said Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) President Sarah Kate Ellis.  

Openly homosexual Zachary Quinto accused Spacey of orchestrating a “calculated manipulation” of sympathy for his homosexuality in order “to deflect attention” from Rapp’s charge of attempted statutory rape.

But pro-family leaders say that homosexuality and pederasty are linked together far more than homosexual activists are willing to admit in public.

“How interesting that Kevin Spacey played the ‘gay card’ in an attempt to win sympathy after evidence of his attempted molestation of a Hollywood boy-actor came out,” Americans for Truth’s Peter LaBarbera told LifeSiteNews. 

“We know that there is a long history of pedophilia tied to the homosexual movement,” LaBarbera asserted. “We also know that many prominent ‘gay’ men like CNN’s Don Lemon were victimized by older male sexual predators when they were boys.”

Admitting any possible association between homosexuality and pedophilia is utterly taboo to gay activists. But not to all.

“Our community is youth obsessed right from the start,” said Yahoo Thom.

“We as a community are all over Kevin Spacey, (but) need I remind you of all the Daddy ‘Twink Porn’ that is so popular?” he added. 

“Don’t delude yourselves.  Kevin Spacey is hardly the first or an anomaly in the Gay Male Community,” Thom told his gay peers.  “This faux outrage is disingenuous…and we all know it.”

Former homosexuals who have come out of the lifestyle have confirmed that it is often an older adult male who will “initiate” a minor boy into the behavior and lifestyle.

“In the homosexual world sexual relations between men and young teenage boys are widely considered simply part of growing up. It’s well documented in their writings,” Brian Camenker of MassResistance told LifeSiteNews.  “It’s been reported in ‘gay youth’ organizations – which often openly include ‘youth’ between 12 and 22 or older.”

“A well-known goal of the LGBT movement is to lower the age of consent,” Camenker pointed out. “Milo Yiannopoulos’ praise of men having sex with boys got him in trouble earlier this year.  And what got Obama’s “safe-schools czar” Kevin Jennings in trouble was his advice to an underage student to ‘use a condom’ to have sex with an adult male.”

LaBarbera said that the “‘gay’ movement must deal with its own pedophile history.”

“That includes ‘gay’ icon Harvey Milk, who had a sexual relationship with a 16-year-old boy when he was in his thirties. Milk is celebrated by LGBTQ activists and President Obama even put his face on a stamp,” he said. 

“Statistically, about 75% of gay males have been sexually abused by older teens or men,” therapist David H. Pickup told LifeSiteNews.  

“In short, because these men have not resolved their deeply ingrained sense of emotional or sexual abuse in childhood, which centers primarily on extreme gender identity inferiority and severely unmet male needs in childhood, these wounds are ‘pleasurized’ in adulthood,” he said. 

“It’s an unconscious way of dealing with horrible deep issues,” the therapist added.  “LGBT wounds are indeed a victimization of boys and girls, and many, unconsciously, ‘heal’ those wounds by having sex with, or victimizing, teens, children and/or adults.”

“One prime example is the well-known acts of LGBT legislator Harvey Milk, who was known to be an Ephebophile (sought out sex with minor teens),” Pickup noted.  “The U.S. Navy named a battleship after him, but no one publicly acknowledged his abuse of minors.”

Milk, who rose to cult status in Hollywood following his assassination, “used his charm and power to prey on young boys with emotional problems and drug addiction.”  In one of many examples, he lured a 16-year-old runaway and groomed him for homosexual behavior.  The boy, Jack McKinley, later killed himself.

LaBarbera also brought up the example of the “Father” of the Sexual Revolution, homosexual Alfred Kinsey, whose “research” included analyzing “data” from a pedophile stimulating babies to “orgasm.”

“We must hope and pray that all this sordid information gets out so that the victims can at least get a little justice in this world, before God delivers His perfect justice,” LaBarbera said.

Netflix responded to Rapp’s accusation with concern, assuring film workers they were safe.  “Media Rights Capital and Netflix are deeply troubled by last night’s news concerning Kevin Spacey,” a company statement read.  “In response to last night’s revelations, executives from both of our companies arrived in Baltimore (Monday) afternoon to meet with our cast and crew to ensure that they continue to feel safe… Kevin Spacey is not working on set at this time.”

The very same day the Spacey non-apology went viral, Netflix officially cancelled “House of Cards,” its flagship original program.  The cancellation was not unexpected.

Kevin Spacey himself grew up with a physically and sexually abusive father.

“The culture of silence about horrendous child abuse in cultural institutions like Hollywood is finally being exposed,” Schaper concluded.  “The hypocrisy in liberal Hollywood is just disgusting, especially when Hollywood frequently attacked the Catholic Church for its own pedophilia scandal.”

Netflix spent an unprecedented six billion dollars on producing shows last year.  The streaming service grew to over 100 million users globally.  During its successful run, House of Cards won 46 Emmy nominations and six Emmys, a Peabody award, and two Golden Globes.

In June last year, Spacey was presented with an honorary knighthood by His Royal Highness Prince Charles.

In response to the recent spate of revealed sexual harassment in Hollywood, a “Take Back the Workplace” protest march is scheduled for November 12.

Rapp is most famous for his role as an adolescent in the 1987 movie “Adventures in Babysitting,” as well as acting and singing on Broadway in “Rent.”