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The Ruth Institute will award Ms. Moira Greyland the Public Witness of the Year Award for her autobiography, The Last Closet: The Dark Side of Avalon. The Ruth Institute will make this award at the kick-off dinner to the First Annual Summit for Survivors of the Sexual Revolution on April 26-27 in Lake Charles, Louisiana.
Ms. Greyland is the only daughter of bestselling science fiction author and feminist icon, Marion Zimmer Bradley (author of The Mists of Avalon series, among other works). Ms. Greyland’s father, Walter Breen, was also a famous author.
Both of Moira’s parents led lives of unrestrained homosexual sex, which included molesting their own children. Moira’s book discloses that her mother molested her from the time she was three-years-old until she was 12. Moira caught her father in the act of molesting an 11-year-old boy and called the police. Her father died in prison. The rest of her family never forgave her.
Ruth Institute Founder and President Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D. praised Greyland for her bravery in exposing the truth of her seemingly perfect family: “We are proud to honor Moira Greyland for her brave and honest book. No sugar-coating here. Besides receiving the Public Witness of the Year Award, Ms. Greyland will be the keynote speaker at our Awards Dinner.”
The Summit will focus on Survivors of Divorce, as well as Survivors of the LGBT sub-culture. The Summit will feature testimonies from people who describe themselves as “once-gay” as well as adult children of divorce and abandoned spouses, who are nonetheless faithful to their marriage vows.
Other speakers will include:
Morse observed “The Summit will rip the mask off the Sexual Revolution, which has left millions of ruined lives in its wake. Besides exposing the seedy truth about the revolution, the Ruth Institute is helping to turn victims into survivors and survivors into activists for the family.”
For more information on the Summit’s program, go to ruthinstitute.org/upcoming-events/survivors-summit