External Articles | Posted: July 22, 2010
How the American sex drive has taken a sordid turn ...
(source: WND) WASHINGTON - They are the voiceless victims whose horror in many ways mirrors what children in concentration-camp "experiments" suffered during the Holocaust. But the mastermind behind such horrid crimes of sexual abuse and rape of children - some as young as two months old - touts a legacy that's lauded, lionized, bankrolled and celebrated in literature, science, industry and the arts.
Even now, the perpetrator escapes the scorn heaped on pedophile priests - though his work provides direct cover to the abusers.
So charges a shocking new book by an author who's never allowed her critics' tactics of ridicule and blackballing to silence her from exposing the darkest secrets of Alfred Kinsey's sexual "research."
Dr. Judith Reisman's relentless commitment to revealing Kinsey's documented - yet studiously whitewashed - methodology is revealed in WND Books' latest, "Sexual Sabotage: How One Mad Scientist Unleashed a Plague of Corruption and Contagion on America."
Kinsey's career, asserts Reisman, was founded on such unfathomable crimes against innocent children that its true nature must no longer remain unknown to the masses. Reisman aims straight for Kinsey's watershed work - "Sexual Behavior in the Human Male." Released 52 years ago, the book attained academic acclaim and sparked mass shock and intrigue, selling 200,000 copies in its first two months of release.
"'Sexual Behavior in the Human Male' and 'Sexual Behavior in the Human Female' provide abundant evidence of child sexual torture by Kinsey's 'researchers,' who engaged in brutal, sexual experiments on children," Reisman reports. "Kinsey says 'the only abnormal' sex is no sex; that the 'human animal' needs orgasms; and that the earlier boys and girls have orgasms, 'the better for them.'"
Reisman recently lifted the veil on the "global pedophile movement" by condemning the Swiss refusal to extradite Roman Polanski, the film director and three-decade fugitive who fled conviction for drugging, raping and sodomizing a 13-year-old girl. Reisman's devoted much of her life's work to telling the truth behind Kinsey's research and revealing how he provides academic cover to sexual abuse, psychologically as well as physically, of children.
Even after his death, Kinsey's philosophy of sexual torment of children persists, Reisman warns, citing the controversial sex-education curriculum pending in Montana. The Associated Press reports that in the Helena school district, "kindergartners would be taught proper anatomical terms, first-graders would learn sexual relations could happen between two men or two women, and fifth-graders would learn the various ways people can have intercourse."
"Montana," Reisman told EducationNews.org, "is seeking to impose an unscientific, Kinseyan ideological model of pathological sexual instruction on the undeveloped, immature brains of vulnerable children. ... Their imposition of sexplicit and indeed deviant forms of sexual conduct on captive school children is institutional child sexual abuse. Were a man or woman to stop a child on the street and whisper the same information teachers will force on these school children, he or she could be arrested for child molestation.
"Since sex education only existed as 'hygiene' before 1950, (cleanliness habits and instruction to wait until marriage for sex unless one wanted to get VD)," she continued, "all sex ed had to come from some 'expert.' That 'expert' was Alfred Kinsey and his books."
While many pinpoint the nation's seismic morality shift to the 1960s, Reisman presents different origins. Youthful rebellion, the rise of the counterculture and the Sexual Revolution remain mere symptoms of the cynicism that sprouted from the Kinsey Reports. The "Greatest Generation," Reisman maintains, absorbed a slander so damaging no jury could calculate the costs, as it inspired Boomers to see their parents as perverted hypocrites.
"The World War II generation was trained to honor God, country and family - and was thus trained to build a secure life for their children and, indeed, for us all," she writes. "Kinsey ... reported that nearly all American men - our 'better angels' - were actually sex offenders, though he also claimed that no women or children were harmed by rape or incest."
With attention lavished on Kinsey's salacious charges of seldom-discussed sexual behavior as the closeted norm, few paused to ponder just how Kinsey drew such definitive conclusions about the sexual behaviors of children. Few except Reisman.
"'Sexual Behavior in the Human Male' reports data 'on 214 male children,'" "Sexual Sabotage" reports, "the youngest only one year old. ... Kinsey asserted, 'Of the 214 cases ... all but 14 were subsequently observed in orgasm.' Observed?! Who 'subsequently observed' (defined as 'occurring or coming later or after') these infants and boys being - yes - sexually tortured, timed and recorded? Who, of Kinsey's team, did this under his direction? The youngest boy tested to 'climax' is '2 mon.' old."
The pervasiveness of Kinsey's research is pandemic, Reisman states, and even informs key advisers to the Catholic Church on matters of child sex abuse. One such adviser, Fred Berlin, M.D., co-founded the celebrated Johns Hopkins Sexual Disorders Clinic with his mentor, John Money, Ph.D.
Money, "a dedicated Kinsey disciple" who mentored an early Kinsey Institute director, reports "Sexual Sabotage," "said that their clinic was designed to offer 'leeway to judges' to free convicted child molesters."
Tellingly, the Rev. Michael Peterson, founder of St. Luke's Institute, warned clergy that they "should avoid potential abuse suits by following the well-qualified Money and Berlin."
Reisman is a consultant and former president of The Institute for Media Education and is the scientific adviser for the California Protective Parents Association. While her research and testimony prompted 7-Eleven to stop stocking Playboy and Penthouse magazines, she's endured numerous attempts - including three congressional investigations - to squelch her findings on the dangers of pornography.
A sought-after expert in the field of media forensics, Reisman served as a consultant to four U.S. Department of Justice administrations. Having been interviewed on countless major media outlets, she's also authored or co-authored several titles, including: "Kinsey, Sex and Fraud: The Indoctrination of a People," "Kinsey: Crimes and Consequences," and "Soft Porn Plays Hardball: Its Tragic Effects on Women, Children and the Family."
Published by WND Books, "Sexual Sabotage" is available personally autographed by the author from the WND Superstore.
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