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External Articles | Posted: November 12, 2011

Visiting law professor makes presentations in Rome, Throughout Europe and the UK

Liberty University News Service, November 11, 2011

Dr. Judith Reisman, a Visiting Professor with Liberty University School of Law, was invited to give a presentation in Rome this week to a large audience of Roman Catholic clergy, officials, scholars and Catholic laity.

Reisman presented her research on the fallacy of Alfred Kinsey's reports of human sexuality as well as her findings of systemic child sexploitation launched by Playboy as early as 1954.

Kinsey, an American biologist, is known for laying the foundation for the modern field of sexology. His studies created much controversy in the 1940s and 1950s. His first book on human sexuality was published in 1948, and is sometimes referred to as the "K-Bomb," said Mat Staver, the law school's dean.

After Rome, Reisman will be lecturing throughout Europe on the Kinseyan origin of harmful "sex education" programs ending with a paper at the University of London, "Playboy Markets Tweens For the Global Sex Industry," co-authored by Liberty Council's Mary McAlister.

"Because of her extensive knowledge, Dr. Reisman's services are in high demand," Staver said. "We are pleased to have her on the faculty of the law school. She is thrilled to be in a position to train a new generation of champions."

Reisman has been a consultant to four U.S. Department of Justice administrations, the U.S. Department of Education, as well as the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. She is a news commentator for WorldNetDaily.com and was the Principal Investigator and author of the U.S. Department of Justice, Juvenile Justice study, "Images of Children, Crime and Violence in Playboy, Penthouse and Hustler" (1989), "Kinsey, Sex and Fraud" (Reisman, et al., 1990) and Soft Porn Plays Hardball (1991); "Partner Solicitation Language as a Reflection of Male Sexual Orientation" (w/Johnson, 1995); and "Kinsey, Crimes & Consequences" (1998, 2000) and Sexual Sabotage (2010).