Marion Zimmer Bradley

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Marion Zimmer Bradley (1930–1999), writer of fantasy and science-fiction, was a lesbian, homosexual campaigner, feminist and a gay icon. She was the author of the "Darkover" series. Bradley was a luminary of the Sexual Revolution advocating homosexuality and every sort of permissive behavior and attitude. Her book "The Mists of Avalon" introduces homosexual and incestuous themes to the ancient Arthurian legend. She rejected religion, had an interest in the occult, regarded herself as a pagan priestess, and believed she had been abducted by aliens.

Bradley divorced her first husband to marry Walter Breen, a numismatist, writer and homosexual/pedophile campaigner who believed himself to be a genius and wanted to breed genius children. Both were aware of the other's homosexuality. Rejecting conventional models of the family, she and Breen molested their children of both sexes, subjecting them to a nightmare upbringing of rape, physical violence, emotional cruelty, and disturbing exposure to an endless series of sex partners their parents brought home.

Bradley's own childhood included serious sexual abuse at the hands of her father, and her life history provides a classic example of the chain of child-sex-abuse > homosexuality > child-sex-abuse, that is so characteristic of homosexual psychology and the "gay" community. Bradley's reputation in science-fiction circles took something of a dent in 2014 when her daughter, Moira Greyland Peat, wrote a letter to Deirdre Saoirse Moen about her mother's long-term sexual abuse of her and collusion in her sexual abuse by her father, as well as his molestation of her brother and many other boys, for which he was eventually jailed. This letter was placed by Moen on her blog where it was read by thousands of people worldwide and led to much discussion.[1] Peat has now written a book about her parents and the grim reality of life for a child inside the so-called "gay community", which offers much information and many insights into the mentality and the ugly secrets of these people who saw themselves as social reformers.[2]


  2. The Last Closet: the Dark Side of Avalon, by Moira Greyland Peat, Amazon Kindle 2017.