"Kinsey: Crimes & Consequences" By Judith A. Reisman, PhD.
In 1948, after the publication of Sexual Behavior in the Human Male, Alfred C. Kinsey, an Indiana University zoologist, became the undisputed authority on human sexuality and father of the sexual revolution. A well planned mass media campaign made Kinsey "the most famous man in America, in the world, for a decade." Though Kinsey has been dead since 1956, the "Kinseyan influence" is even stranger today. Kinsey was never an unbiased researcher. He was a "covert crusader." Like Lewis Carroll's Red Queen, Kinney already bad the "sentence" in mind for America, before his research was compiled and before the scientific "verdict" could be rendered. Kinney wrested human sexuality from the constraints of love and marriage in order to advance the grand scheme to move America and the world toward the eugenic future envisioned by the elite scientists of the "new biology." To ensure that the grand scheme would be more than a mere friend, Kinsey worked closely with elite members in the legal and medical professions to change or eliminate most sex offender laws. These radical changes destroyed the foundations of American law which had protected marriage, women and children. The question remains how far did Kinsey, his colleagues, and supporters go in remake America and its way of life? The Indiana University Kinsey team closely collaborated in human sexual experiments on children without informed consent. The author asks, how could these human sexual experiments on thousands of little children have happened in America during the 1930s and 1940s? Or were these experiments even conducted in America? Dr. Judith Reisman offers this book in an effort to end the 50 year Kinsey era of "hush and pretend" which has been so devastating to women and children. Read and discover for the sake of your children and children everywhere. ($24.95)
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