Kinsey, Sex and Lies

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Dr. Alfred C. Kinsey, a zoologist, revolutionized America’s attitudes about sex through his books Sexual Behavior in the Human Male (1948) and Sexual Behavior in the Human Female (1953). His work is the animating principle behind most sex education in America. However, analysis of his research by Judith A. Reisman, Ph.D., has yielded some alarming discoveries, including how Dr. Kinsey acquired sexual data about children. It’s time to take an inventory of Kinsey’s work and consider what it has brought to our society.


Kinsey propagated the idea that all children are “sexual beings” from birth. The most frightening aspect of his philosophy is how he arrived at this view; Kinsey was a silent partner in the molestation of hundreds of children. The graph table below documents some of the abuse that Kinsey recorded.


In chapter five of his Male book, Tables 30-34 describe pre-adolescent children’s orgasms, beginning at the age of two months.

And how did the pedophile know when the child or infant reached orgasm? The children reacted by “violent convulsions of the whole body; heavy breathing, groaning, sobbing, or more violent cries, sometimes with an abundance of tears (especially among the younger children)” (p. 161, Male volume).

Paul Gebhard, Kinsey’s co-author, frankly admitted that Kinsey researchers interviewed pedophiles, and declined to report them to police. “‘An example of criminality is our refusal to cooperate with authorities in apprehending a pedophile we had interviewed who was being sought for a sex murder,’ Gebhard told an interviewer.”


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