International Sex Education Based on Kinsey's False Research 01/16/2012

by Moody Adams
Judith Reisman, a visiting professor of law at Liberty University and former consultant to four U.S. Department of Justice administrations is lecturing around the world on Kinsey?s false research and has written ?Kinsey: Crimes and Consequences? and ?Sexual Sabotage,? which prove Kinsey?s research was based on ?illegal sexual experimentation on several hundred young children.?

"There's not a single country that educates the public about sex where the institutional position, [the teachers], have not been trained in the Kinsey model," she said.

Kinsey's research results came from ?hundreds of sex offenders, prostitutes, prison inmates and exhibitionists,? she documents.

Kinsey, Reisman explained, used these people to represent the sexual activities and behaviors of the 'Greatest Generation.'

Kinsey's 'anything-goes' teachings on sex even defends adult-child sex and accuses those who object to it of being responsible for ?serious effects? suffered by children.

Among her charges is that Kinsey?s data came from sources who would stimulate young children, as young as two months, ?orally and manually for up to 24 hours at a time.

Reisman says Kinsey's beliefs are taught at every level of education, from elementary school to college, and quoted in textbooks as undisputed truth, though his research was grotesquely fraudulent.

As fraudulent as they are the 1960?s 'If-it-feels-good-do-it' crowd embraced Kinsey?s teachings without question. They have also changed the world?s ideas about sexual morals.

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