Books | Posted: August 15, 2005

Kinsey: Crimes & Consequences

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Kinsey: Crimes & Consequences
The Red Queen & The Grand Scheme


By Judith A. Reisman, PhD

Fourth Edition ebook available here

Fourth Edition available in print as Stolen Honor Stolen Innocence
Third Edition hardcover available from WorldNetDaily

In 1948, the Institute for Sex Research at Indiana University was led by eugenicist Alfred C. Kinsey, whose sex research shook America's moral foundations and launched the 1960s Sexual Revolution.

The sexual revolution was based on a lie. Dr. Judith Reisman has spent 30 years uncovering the truth.

National Review

Fifty years later new revelations confirm Dr. Judith Reisman's 1981 expose of scientific fraud and criminally derived data contained in the publicly funded Kinsey Reports. Dr. Reisman revealed that Kinsey conducted human experiments in a soundproof laboratory built to his specifications at Indiana University, and that the sexual abuse of at least 317 infants and young boys was a scientific protocol for Kinsey's 1948 report. Dr. Reisman discloses for the first time the ongoing consequences to the American people and the world based on Kinsey's deliberately skewed research. Kinsey died in 1956 but his Institute endures today under the expanded title of "The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction," suggesting an even more ominous threat to human rights and liberty.

Dr. Reisman: Your manuscript does an impressive and important job of exposing how heavily Kinsey's data relate to criminals and sex deviates.... Kinsey does, to be sure, scatter bits of information about this... no one previously has done the painstaking detective work of pulling the bits and pieces together and estimating the proportion of respondents who were in these categories... your figure of "roughly 86 percent" does appear to be in the right ball park; but even if the correct figure were only a quarter of that, the effect on Kinsey's validity would be devastating. Overall, your manuscript strongly reinforces my 1949 conclusion that " ... it is impossible to say that the book has much value...."

W. Allen Wallis, past president of The American Statistical Association and
past editor of The Journal of The American Statistical Association