The invaluable LifeStieNews:
Among Victory Fund’s co-founders in 1991 is homosexual activist and major Democratic Party fundraiser Terry Bean, who in 2014 at age 66 was arrested by Portland, Oregon, police along with his 25-year-old ex-boyfriend, Kiah Lawson, on charges of sodomizing a 15-year-old boy. As LifeSiteNews reported, Bean, who is also a co-founder of the LGBTQ lobby group Human Rights Campaign, was charged with two felony charges of third-degree sodomy and one count of third-degree sex abuse.
The sex abuse charges against Bean were dropped after the boy fled and refused to testify following “an offer by Bean to end the case with a so-called ‘civil compromise’ in which Bean would pay the young man $225,000 and avoid a criminal trial,” Willamette Week reported. A transcript of a police interview with Lawson reveals that Bean reportedly knew the boy he was “hooking up” with sexually was underage and tried to coach him to say he was 18. (…)
Outside on a set of doors to the main conference venue and 10 feet from the main ground-floor restroom stood a white sign with black letters reading “GENDER NEUTURAL [sic] RESTROOMS” with “neutral” misspelled. Next to that was a large, hanging Victory Institute banner with the word “Restrooms” atop the name of the conference (see photo above). Interestingly, the same misspelled version of the word “Neutral” was also displayed on a sign outside another smaller restroom nearby designated as “Gender Neutural” [sic].