J.M. Barrie (Sir James Matthew Barrie 1st baronet) is the name of the the author of Peter Pan. He was from Scotland. The Peter Pan novel grew out of stories he told to five young boys who he eventually came to care for. He befriended these boys by going on walks in Kensington Gardens where he would look for boys and their nannies to befriend. He eventually befriended these boys and their nanny Mary Hodgson, the boys last name is Davies so they will be called the Davies boys. He became so close to these boys that he gained custody of them after the deaths of their parents from diseases.
It is unclear as to whether or not he molested these boys. However it is certain that he was a pederast. He was a photographer of naked boys and in his story the little white bird includes an account of pedophilia which is as follows:
“…I knew by intuition the he expected me to take off his boots. I took them off with all the coolness of an old hand, and then I placed him on my knee and removed his blouse. This was a delightful experience, but I think I remained wonderfully calm until I came somewhat too suddenly to his little braces, which agitated me profoundly. I cannot proceed in public with the disrobing of David…”
The above quote is only half of the quote, the rest can be read at the bottom of the page here, which is a page documenting the pedophilia of Barrie:
The youngest of the Davies boys claimed that he had no knowledge of Barrie being a pederast however he was the youngest of five boys and so it is not likely that all five boys were molested if they were being molested. It is certain Barrie was a pederast and two of the Davies boys did commit suicide and often males who have been molested commit suicide.
The meaning of the Peter Pan stories and how that relates to other things will be addressed in the next post.