George Takei revealed he lost his "virginity" to a 19-year-old camp counselor when he was only 13.
Takei, 79, said he was willingly seduced by a "pretty attractive" blond counselor at a summer camp. Takei described the experience as "wonderful" and "delightful".
The Star Trek veteran denied being molested by his counselor, saying, "I was kind of uh … I thought he was attractive."
Takei made the shocking statements in a radio interview with the Howard Stern Show that is disturbing to listen to. Howard Stern and his co-hosts laugh and joke as they prod Takei for more details of his first underage sexual experience with a grown man.
"Did he perform oral sex on you?"Stern asked. "It was a hand job," Takei replied, as Stern and his co-host Robin Quivers laughed out loud. Quivers asks Takei if he and the man kissed.
The shocking video surfaced online 2 days after videos exposed conservative journalist Milo Yiannopoulos for allegedly advocating pedophilia.
In a subsequent interview with another interviewer, Takei claimed he was 14 when he seduced by the man.
Outraged viewers contacted Pizza Hut and Taco Bell on Tuesday, asking the companies to fire Takei as spokesman.
The growing backlash against Milo cost him a lucrative book deal and CPAC rescinded its invitation to him to speak at the conservative conference on Wednesday.
Breitbart.com is also considering whether to terminate Milo as technology editor for defending underage sex with boys.
Milo responded to the controversy on Monday, saying he was "horrified" by pedophilia and wrote, "I am a gay man, and a child abuse victim.".
Earlier he, too, admitted willingly losing his "virginity" to a man at 13.
Homosexuals have long distanced themselves from groups that promote man/boy sex, although gays staunchly defended groups such as NAMBLA in the '70s and '80s.
The following audio may be very disturbing to parents of young boys. But this conversation is important because most boys who came out as gay at age 12 or 13 refuse to admit they were molested by older men.
Boys can not be "willing" participants because they are under the age of consent.