VIP Pedophile Ring Victim Comes Forward

Pedophiles Down Under

Gordon's murdered friend

GORDON MYERS (dob 19/3/1965) born Sutherland Hospital.

  • Indigenous Victim of Stolen Generation
  • Sparked the Wood Royal Commission
  • Testified to the current Child Abuse Royal Commission
  • Franca Arena’s key witness
  • Bill Heffernan referred to his police statements on 20 Oct 2015

Prostituted / witnessed child prostitution at:

  • ‘THE WALL’ Darlinghurst
  • COSTELLOS Boy brothel club in Kings Cross run by Trimboli
  • The BOULEVARD HOTEL Kings Cross / Darlinghurst

The boys were prostituted and sex trafficked to these locations by staff at CHARLTON ANGLICAN BOYS’ HOME, Ashfield (aka ‘Milleewa’ & ‘Robinson House’).  They were taken there by Father BRIAN PECKOVER who has retired to Carindale, Brisbane.

VIP paedophiles Gordon Myers was prostituted to / witnessed at these venues:

  • BOB CARR – politician
  • STUART WAGSTAFF – entertainer
  • KIM BEAZLEY Snr – Politician
  • MARCUS EINFELD – Federal judge
  • GOUGH WHITLAM – Prime Minister
  • JOE HASHAM – entertainer
  • GRAEME BLUNDELL (‘Alvin Purple’) – entertainer

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Prostitution survivor to pro-lobby: I’m sick and tired of you!

Purple Sage

This is a letter written by German ex-prostitute Huschke Mau. I don’t know the name of the translator, but thank you, whoever you are! The original can be found here. Please read the whole thing to support Huschke Mau in her activism.

After having read an interview with prostitution lobbyist Stephanie Klee, she’s had enough. Now, Huschke Mau, who has exited prostitution, responds to her. “I am one of those ‘voluntary’ prostitutes so many people talk about,” she writes. “And I am sick and tired of you prostitution proponents!”

Dear Stephanie Klee,
I am referring to the interview the city magazine Zitty Berlin has conducted with you and first of all, I would like to thank you for giving it. I would still be silent had I not read it. Before I go ahead: I hope you don’t mind me talking to you from…

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“My Porn Addiction Started at Age 10” Ten Tips from a Father in Recovery

Too many young girls and boys—teens are rushing into sex, when 1) their minds and their bodies are just not ready, then 2) they are so miss-informed about sex. They are getting their education from pornography which is wrong and very unrealistic. Teens are handing over their sexuality which they don’t own yet, fully understand to porn, to the porn industry.
Most porn is portraying sexual Violence. Studies have found that boys on the average are between 11-15 when watching their first glimpse of porn. How on earth is a child that young even meant to understand fully what they are watching?

We urge young adults to not be lured into the false education about sex that porn projects.Porn is contributing to the sexual abuse of our children, your children.

We also saw this false information in the poorly written sexually abusing books Fifty Shades of Grey…then Grey. Very dangerous especially to children. We saw this exact same thing with the R rate movie Fifty Shades of Grey made from Book one. A young girl died because of this movie and books promoting sexual abuse to our children. You can speak to any Psychologist, Sociologist, Medical professional and they will tell you the exact same thing.

PornProof Kids™

by Kristen A. Jenson

ten tips from a father in recovery

“If you could go back in time and give your 10-year-old self some advice, what would you say?” That’s the question I posed to Brad, a recovering porn addict who I met at a speaking engagement last fall. Brad was happy to do this interview, and as a father and recovering porn addict, has lots of great advice for parents. (Don’t miss his top ten tips after the interview!)

Kristen: Brad, tell me how you first encountered pornography?

Brad: I was introduced to porn by my older brother’s friend—he brought over magazines that he had taken from his dad’s stash. We kept them hidden, and I could go and look anytime I wanted. All kids have curiosity. I wanted to see how a girl’s body was different from mine, and when I did the hormonal response in my body started to kick in. I…

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More Domestic violence survivors suffer Brain Injuries than AFL Footy players

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Traumatic Brain Injury affects one in four Family Domestic Violence Survivors. This is higher than professional football players and other professional sports. These are the ones diagnosed, and there are domestic violence survivors out there with symptoms of Traumatic Brain Injury who go undiagnosed.

I have met several women who have been survivors of Family Domestic Violence, and have Traumatic Brain Injury. The stigma that is attached to TBI is already a hurdle, but have to explain to others that it is to do with Violence can be incomprehensible.

One mother diagnosed had her children removed from her in Family Court Australia because of this injury.

This is athe article in the Huffington Post regarding Domestic Violence and Traumatic Brain Injury.

Earlier this week, The Huffington Post ran a story on undiagnosed traumatic brain injury in domestic violence survivors. We received an outpouring of emails from women who suspected they…

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Domestic Family Violence can affect Children in many ways

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How does domestic and family violence affect children?

Understanding the trauma that domestic and family violence can cause is an important step in supporting children who are affected.

When children live with domestic and family violence, they are experiencing trauma. It can be trauma that is ongoing and long-lasting. Domestic and family violence can have impacts on health, development and wellbeing. The effects build up over time, and can impact on every aspect of their life.

Domestic and family violence can affect children in many ways

Children are affected if they:

  • Witness the violence against their mother or carer, or see their fear
  • Hear it in another room, or have to hide or run from abuse
  • Have to tippy-toe around an abuser to…

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Symptomatology of Children Exposed to Domestic Violence – Journal of Child & Adolescent Trauma

Symptomatology of Children Exposed to Domestic Violence – Journal of Child & Adolescent Trauma


This study utilized parent ratings and self-report in assessing symptoms in children exposed to domestic violence, and in some cases, physical abuse. Data were collected from 83 parents and children in a domestic violence shelter. Children, ages 8–16, completed a questionnaire regarding exposure to physical abuse/DV and the TSCC—Alternate form (TSCC-A; Briere 1996). Parents of children, ages 3–12, completed the Trauma Symptom Checklist for Young Children (TSCYC; Briere 2005). Parent t-scores on were higher than matched t-scores for child self-report. Parent scores on most clinical scales were higher for Caucasian than non-Caucasian parents. Female children were rated as more depressed by their parents than males. Symptoms scores were positively correlated with the observation and experience of domestic violence.

SOURCE: Jeffrey N. Wherry, Elizabeth A. Medford and Kimberly Corson, “Symptomatology of Children Exposed to Domestic Violence”, Journal of Child & Adolescent Trauma,  13 May 2015

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Domestic Violence: A Power Struggle With Lasting Consequences Domestic violence is a pervasive, too-common form of abuse.

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Domestic violence can take many forms – physical abuse, sexual abuse, rape, emotional abuse, intimidation, economic deprivation, threats of violence.

Any situation in which one partner is wielding power over the other repeatedly can fall under the umbrella of domestic abuse. The United States Office on Violence Against Women (the O.V.W.) defines domestic violence as “a pattern of abusive behavior in any relationship that is used by one partner to gain or maintain power and control over another intimate partner.” 4

The OVW reports that a woman is assaulted or beaten every nine seconds in the U.S. Domestic violence is the leading cause of injury to women in this country. Every day, at least three U.S. women are killed by their partners. 4


But the truth is, women are not the only victims of domestic violence.

Similar to child abuse, domestic violence allows an abuser in a position…

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Why Victoria Needs a Specialised Court to tackle Family Domestic Violence

People you need to read this story from Victoria just days ago. This is a typical story from victims once again by our broken justice system….. the Family Court abusing its power.
In face, the Family Court has no real power, it is a court create by the Government not the people. There has never been a referendum in Australia to approve the Family Court by the people.
Our Government has given the Family Court that much power they can even over rule a Magistrate court.
The only court that can over rule a Family Court is the Supreme Court of Australia.

Sadly if you go to the Family Court in Australia, the abuse begins all over again. This time you have a new abuser the court system the failed court system of the family court.

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I have been diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder due to 12 years of Physical & emotional trauma.

I attended Family Court in Melbourne yesterday only to sit in the courtroom and wait for my case to be heard at about 3.00pm.

While waiting I hear other cases. One woman, with no legal representation, up against the Department of Human Services lawyer, and Barrister, an Independent Childrens Lawyer and Barrister. She had no one with her and no support.

Her children had been taken into care because her ex boyfriend was taking ice. The mother has moved, no longer associated with the ex, and is trying to get her children home.

She has never had a drug or alcohol problem, but in order to get one sleepover a week with her kids, she has to do random drug and alcohol screening, and a psychiatrist report. She has never been diagnosed…

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Grey, Chapter 8: Sunday, May 23rd, 2011, PART 1

Alys Marchand

‘I like submissive sex but Fifty Shades is not about fun: it’s about abuse’

(Directory of recap links)

WARNING: Prepare yourself.  This is the beginning of THE ONE.  The infamous chapter 12 rape.  I haven’t trigger-warning’d any of these posts yet since the sheer fact that this is a recap about one of the books in the Fifty Shades series should serve as warning enough.  But this recap, at the big bright red trigger warning image, begins the chapter widely considered to be the most blatant rape.

I’m going to snip this recap right before he reaches her place so we can all have a chance to work ourselves up to reading rape through the eyes of someone who doesn’t care about consent.  If you don’t think you’ll be able to get though the rape scene, don’t read the next recap.  I’ll post another post with a bunch of…

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