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Yes, Let's Talk About Sex
Salvo Magazine Blog, March 5, 2010
From the description on the youtube page about Kinsey (2004):
Let's talk about sex. The life story of Alfred Kinsey, a man driven to uncover the most private secrets of the nation, and a journey into the mystery of human behavior.
Of course, this is just the popular myth about the man and his research. Full knowledge of the events will show that the reality is far from simply being about opening people up to talk about sex. We have two articles in this issue of Salvo in which this is made abundantly clear.
Despite the fact that the work of Dr. Alfred Kinsey has been debunked and discredited--largely thanks to the efforts of Dr. Judith Reisman--the world hums along seemingly oblivious to the influence his fraudulent research continues to exert.
Dr. Miriam Grossman, in her book, You're Teaching My Child What? A Physician Exposes the Lies of Sex Education and How They Harm Your Child, makes clear that we are paying a heavy price for our inattention and complacency.
Alfred Kinsey's academic training was in the classification of insects. But he turned his personal obsession with sex into his field of study. As Judith Reisman and Kinsey's biographer, James Jones, have concluded, Kinsey was a deeply disturbed man. Speaking as a psychiatrist, Dr. Grossman elaborates: "If Kinsey was alive today, and under my care, he'd be on high doses of medications. I would hospitalize him on a locked psychiatric unit because of the risk to his health from his compulsive sexual masochism." From an early age, Kinsey was aroused by sexual humiliation and pain. At the end of his life, Grossman writes, "he intentionally inflicted trauma to his genitals, needed to be hospitalized, and required months to recover."
This "most famous man in the world for a decade," was exposed in a 1998 Yorkshire (England) television documentary called Kinsey's Paedophiles for directing pedophile rapists who produced the infamous "Table 34" on child sexuality in Sexual Behavior in the Human Male. In his Yorkshire interview Jones admits that "kids" (as young as 2 months old, Table 31) were used by "nine" adult males for Kinsey Institute child experiments. Jones writes,
Kinsey . . . gives pretty graphic descriptions of their response to what he calls sexual stimulation. If you read those words, you will see that he is talking about kids who are screaming. Kids who are protesting in every way they can the fact that their bodies or their persons are being violated.