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Books | Posted: August 15, 2005

Kinsey, Sex and Fraud

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Kinsey, Sex and Fraud
The Indoctrination of a People


By Judith Gelernter Reisman, Ph.D. and Edward W. Eichel

First Edition ebook available here

Kinsey, Sex and Fraud - The Indoctrination of a People describes the allegedly scientific research of Alfred Kinsey and colleagues, which shaped western society's beliefs and understanding of the nature of human sexuality. Kinsey's unchallenged conclusions are taught at every level of education-- elementary school, high school, and college--and quoted in textbooks as undisputed truth.

Kinsey's research involved illegal experimentation on several hundred children. The survey was based on a non-representative group of Americans, including hundreds of sex offenders, prostitutes, prison inmates, and exhibitionists. Because of this fraudulent research, Kinsey's brand of social "science" has led to one of the greatest hypocrisies of all time: the pretense of providing safe-sex instructions to children while in reality advancing Kinsey's agenda, including indulgence in high-risk lifestyles and behaviors.

This Book Reveals:

  • How the most famous sex research project in history was fraudulent.
  • How official sex education doctrine in the United States is based on that research.
  • How Kinsey's data came from pedophiles and sex offenders stimulating children (as young as 2 months) orally and manually for up to 24 hours at a time This rivals the Nazi experiments described at Nuremberg.

"Two years ago, when I previewed material from this book, I said it was 'social dynamite'. Looking at the final version ... I think my former assessment may have been an understatement. On the cultural Richter scale, the impact of this book could be close to a 10."
Patrick Buchanan, nationally syndicated columnist

"The authors raise serious and disturbing questions about the accuracy, reliability and perhaps truthfulness of the figures given in Kinsey's 1948 book and the methods by which these data were obtained. Because of the obvious importance of Kinsey's work, these questions need to be thoroughly and openly debated by the scientific community."
Walter W. Stewart, research scientist, National Institute of Health

Judith Reisman et al., Lafayette LA: Huntington House, 1990.

This book is currently out of print.