Thursday, October 17, 2013

What Everyone Should Know About Alfred Kinsey

Alfred Kinsey (1894-1956) and his so-called spectrum of human sexuality is widely referred to still today by all sorts of people with influence and power, from Oprah Winfrey to trusted professors at religious universities. Even the most well-meaning, conservative, Christian parents are using him as authoritative in teaching their children about sexuality.

This post contains important, shocking, little-known truths about this man. Everyone should know that Alfred Kinsey was a free-love crusader, a misogynist, a fraud, a pervert, and a criminal, posing as a sex scientist (among other things including a boy scout leader). His obsessive "research" (in which he participated personally) was all about "proving" that human beings were born sexual animals and any rules about sex were repressive. He used deliberately skewed population samples and intrusive pornographic interviews/surveys tailored to his desired results (he had all 350 questions memorized). All of his employees were required to participate personally beginning with sharing their sexual histories. He organized "studies" involving masturbation, fornication, adultery, sex orgies, homosexuality, and child sexual molestation (on hundreds, as young as 2-month-old babies), and more, which were viewed by spectators and filmed, all of which were kept secret or he would have lost his funding (from the Rockefeller Foundation). Since the late 1940s when he conducted these depraved sex activities his "findings" have been completely debunked. Kinsey's whole idea that all sexuality and sex acts were equally valuable and acceptable was dangerous, Godless claptrap. Nevertheless, he is the darling of the sexually confused and is called the father of the sexual liberation movement. Hugh Hefner of Playboy fame was a devoted disciple.  

Judith Reisman writes, "The Kinsey claims about America's sexual life in the 1930s and the 1940s have been allowed to take hold and been permitted to stand, affecting all of American life. Though known to be invalid, the data were never withdrawn or recalled by Indiana University or the Kinsey Institute and they continue to be held up . . . and cited as wholly valid . . . " 

Everyone should know who Alfred Kinsey was and the damage he did and continues to do although he died in 1956. No one should quote him as authoritative or refer to him or his "work" as credible. For more information about Alfred Kinsey, read Kinsey: Crimes and Consequences and Kinsey, Sex and Fraud, The Indoctrination of a People, both by Judith Reisman who spent decades bravely uncovering the horrible truth.

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