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Friday, November 26, 2010

Tale of One Mad Scientist

Since 1948, Alfred Kinsey has been hailed as a scientific pioneer whose research into sexuality liberated Americans and has now become the basis for the sex education taught in public schools. Author Judith Reisman corrects that myth in her new book called Sexual Sabotage: How One Mad Scientist Unleashed a Plague of Corruption and Contagion on America. Judith Reisman exposes Kinsey as a deviant sex addict who perpetrated "the most colossal academic fraud of all time."

America once embraced a Judeo-Christian sex ethic, but that changed after Alfred Kinsey spread his scientific frauds and popularized promiscuity and perversion. Kinsey repeatedly and falsely claimed that the World War II generation of American men had all committed frequent sexual offenses, and his falsehoods were repeated in the media, until Americans were persuaded that most everyone was a hypocritical adulterer. This, says Reisman, is why Baby Boomers rejected the values of their "Greatest Generation" parents and launched the sexual revolution.

The purpose of the Kinsey reports on male and female sexuality was to normalize behaviors that were previously considered immoral, including homosexuality and pedophilia. A small cadre of Kinsey disciples spread his findings to the media, universities, health professionals, and eventually to the entire K-12 school system. Reisman proves that while Kinsey's data had a scientific veneer, they were completely fraudulent. Kinsey's misuse of infants and children were actually criminal offenses, as well as completely unscientific. Parents should realize that most of the so-called sex educators in our schools and colleges were actually trained by Alfred Kinsey doctrines and methods.

The name of this important book by Judith Reisman is Sexual Sabotage: How One Mad Scientist Unleashed a Plague of Corruption and Contagion on America.

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