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The Kinsey Coverup | Posted: August 15, 2005

Pure Impact - Open Forum


Kinsey seems to be raising his ugly head again. The recent release of the Movie 'Kinsey' seems to depict

Alfred Kinsey as someone who made a positive influence on our culture.

Nothing could be further from the truth.

Dr. Judith Reisman who's quoted in the following article from the Abstinence Clearinghouse and a friend of mine has spent the last thirty years exposing the fraudulent work of Alfred Kinsey and the indecent, immoral and abusive experiments in the name of science he conducted and touted to further his agenda.

The last forty years of sexual promiscuity which was precipitated by Kinsey's work has harvested the immoral decay we now experience. Teenage sexual promiscuity, pregnancy, divorce, pornography, sexual abuse, homosexuality, sexual crimes, sexual addiction, broken relationships, fatherless children, and the explosion of the STD pandemic have been the result.

But the greatest tragedy is the millions of broken, wounded, guilt and shame ridden men and women who are trapped in the mess they've made of their lives without even knowing how they ended up there and not knowing how to begin to repair the damage.

I speak to these wounded souls every day and do you know what they all tell me?

"If only I knew then what I know now--it would have made all the difference."

That's exactly what our Sx2W84 program does--it informs, it equips and it challenges young people with the truth about sex, love and marriage so that they won't have to say I never knew. And along with the information

I tell the stories of those who have gone before them and wish they had another chance to make a better choice. To arrange for a presentation to your group or school, call 880-4042.

The following article is from the Abstinence Clearinghouse website , a great resource for parents, teachers and youth workers.

I caution you if you go to the see this movie, realize that what you will see is what the Kinsey Foundation,

(that's still in existence today) wants you to believe, not what really happened.

For that read Dr. Reisman's book.

God bless you,


Barbara Wilson

Director of Abstinence Education

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POSTED: NOV 12, 2004
[Citizen Link, 11/12/04]

Film about Alfred Kinsey doesn't tell the truth about the sex researcher. The movie

"Kinsey" [which opened November 12], herald[s] Alfred Kinsey as the pioneer of human sexuality research. But, what many may find more significant is what the movie fails to tell audiences.

Indeed, the film's trailer only begins to hint at how foul it actually is. Kinsey says: "The enforcers of chastity are massing once again. In an uninhibited society, a 12-year-old would know most of the biology which I will have to give you in formal lectures." Steve Adams, associate editor of Citizen magazine, saw an early release at a film festival.

He said the R-rated film should be NC-17--what used to be called an "X" rating.

"It's a revolting film," he said, "but it's also a dishonest film." It is dishonest, he explained, because it lionizes a man many think should have been prosecuted. Kinsey's research relied heavily on data he collected from the ongoing experiences of pedophiles.

"Obviously, crimes were committed against children," Adams said. "Children were sexually molested, abused--even raped. That is conveniently avoided by the film."

Dr. Judith Reisman, author of "Kinsey: Crimes and Consequences: The Red Queen & The Grand Scheme," quotes from a letter Kinsey sent to a man who raped 800 children: " 'I rejoice at everything you send'--that's all his details about raping children--'for I am, then, assured that more of your material is saved for scientific publication.' "

Reisman added: "I don't think there's anything mildly humorous about a man who organizes the rape of hundreds, if not thousands of children, infants included, 2 months of age."

Reisman blames Kinsey for much of the degradation of sexual morality over the past 50 years. She twice tried to see early screenings of the movie, but both were canceled, one in the middle of the first reel. Reisman suspects that's because she was in the audience. Adams says the film's agenda is driven by the writer/producer, who is a homosexual activist.

December 2004 Volume 1, Issue 9