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In 1997, a Kinsey biographer admitted that "the father of the sexual revolution" was not the conventional academic and family man Indiana University had always presented Kinsey to be, but in fact was sexually compromised.
The Kinsey Reports purported to prove that 95% of American men were sex offenders; and that from birth humans are sexually desirous and had sexual capacities.
Promising a panacea, an end to all sexual disease and dysfunction, Kinsey ushered in the age of "anything goes!" During the second half of the 20th century, a new field of study emerged in America, "sexology," based on the authority of the Kinsey Reports.
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 Dr. Judith Reisman - Kinsey Laws - Exposing the Kinsey Institute and Alfred Kinsey's use of child sexual abuse and ...
Judith Reisman - Kinsey Laws - Exposing the Kinsey Institute and Alfred Kinsey's use of child sexual abuse and fraudulent sex science to defame The Greatest Generation.
The Kinsey Reports, Sex Experts, Pornography and Law Speech Presented by Judith A. Reisman, Ph.D., to Utah Council for Crime Prevention Prosecutors Sex Crimes Investigators and Detectives November 2, 2005 It is...
DOJ Abstract of OJJDP Report: Role of Pornography and Media Violence in Family Violence, Sexual Abuse and Exploitation, and Juvenile Delinquency
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Kinsey's research continues to be cited as authoritative by educational and legal journals, and influences both public attitudes and public policies, Mrs.
The first Kinsey Report was issued at a time when "every measure of sexual dysfunction was at rock bottom," she says, when rates of divorce and unwed births were low, and most people considered sex outside marriage immoral.
Kinsey shocked the country by claiming that "95 percent of American men were engaged in some form of illegal sexual conduct," Mrs.
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  Science Fair Projects - Kinsey Reports
Kinsey was a zoologist at the Indiana University at Bloomington and the founder of the Institute for Sex Research.
Kinsey's research astounded the general public and was immediately controversial and sensational.
Kinsey and his associates gathered their data primarily by means of interviews, which they encoded to maintain confidentiality.
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 Sponsored Archives: The Kinsey Report   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Alfred Charles Kinsey, whose name would become synonymous with sex, was born in 1894, in the midst of a Victorian America that kept all talk, and often even thoughts, of the body and its desires under strict lock and key.
Kinsey began by collecting the sex histories of his students, then his colleagues, then as many people as he could convince to take part in the study in places ranging from gay bars to suburban neighborhoods, hoping to compile as diverse a sampling as possible.
Kinsey's research suggested that between 67 and 98 percent of men had sex before they were married depending on social class, that 50 percent of husbands had extramarital affairs, that 92 percent of men admitted to masturbating, and that 37 percent of American males had at least one homosexual experience.
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 Kinsey, Dr Alfred : History Human Sexuality Article : Discovery Health
Kinsey is regarded by many to be the foremost pioneer in the quantitative study of human sexuality.
Kinsey coordinated the course and presented lectures on the biological dimensions of sex and marriage.
Kinsey published "Sexual Behavior In The Human Male" in 1948, which came to be known as the "Kinsey Report." The report immediately created controversy for its revelations of the sexuality of white American males.
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 KINSEY REPORT   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Kinsey reports are two highly influential but controversial volumes on the Sexual Behavior of the Human Male (1948) and the Sexual Behavior of the Human Female (1953) by researcher Alfred C. Kinsey (1894-1956).
The Kinsey reports stirred a storm of criticism as the results about the frequency of sexual activity such as premarital intercourse and masturbation were seen as alarming.
The failure of Kinsey and his co-authors to give full and consistent consideration to the powerful psychologic forces which influence the objects, the aims, and the quantity of sexual activity is a source of errors in many conclusions which they draw from their data.
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 In 'Kinsey,' knowledge is powerful - The Boston Globe
Kinsey's two scientific bestsellers, ''Sexual Behavior in the Human Male" (1948) and ''Sexual Behavior in the Human Female" (1953), have been blamed for a lot: the sexual revolution, Roe v.
Kinsey becomes a god to his cadre of young interviewers (Peter Sarsgaard, Chris O'Donnell, and Timothy Hutton) even as he's sleeping with some of them, but it's they, not he, who fully understand the risks.
Alfred Kinsey unhooked sex from morality and guilt because someone had to if we were ever to understand why we do the things we do.
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 The Dispatch - Serving the Lexington, NC - News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Kinsey was a zoologist at Indiana University and the founder of the Institute for Sex Research.
Probably the most widely cited part of the Kinsey Reports regard the prevalence of different sexual orientations — especially to support a claim that 10% of the population are gay.
12% of females and 22% of males reported having an erotic response to a sadomasochistic story, and 55% of females and 50% of males reported having responded erotically to being bitten.
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Kinsey claimed his sex survey data found that 95% of American men were sex offenders given the current laws, and that roughly 50% of women had experienced pre-marital sex prior to 1948, the pre-birth control pill era.
Kinsey’s Research Team Jones’ data confirms other reports that Kinsey was a sexist, racist and atheist who excluded women, Jews, fls, and moral traditionalists from his staff and hired only homosexuals and bisexuals (with one short-term exception).
The Kinsey Reports (1948, 1953), the "scientific" basis of modern sex education and liberalized sex laws are based on fraud and the sexual abuse of between 317 and 1,025 (reports vary) infants and children.
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 Alfred kinsey - ArticleWorld
Kinsey’s research is credited with starting the sexual revolution that took place in the 1960s.
Kinsey’s interest in the field of sexology gained momentum after he studied carefully the mating habits of the gall wasp.
Exposure of the public to these reports, the Kinsey Reports, was deemed by many to be dangerous to society.
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 glbtq >> social sciences >> Kinsey, Alfred C.
Kinsey was the lead author of two path breaking volumes on human sexuality: Sexual Behavior in the Human Male (1948) and Sexual Behavior in the Human Female (1953).
Based on the most extensive empirical survey of sexual behavior ever undertaken--more than 18,000 sexual histories were collected--the "Kinsey Reports" and the public debate that resulted from their publication prefigured the sexual revolution of the 1960s and 1970s.
Kinsey started his college education at the Stevens Institute of Technology, where his father was a professor, but after two years, he transferred to Bowdoin College in Maine.
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 Bambooweb: Kinsey Reports
The Kinsey Reports are two controversial books on human sexual behaviour, Sexual Behavior in the Human Male (1948) and Sexual Behavior in the Human Female (1953), by Dr. Alfred C. Kinsey and others.
Women who reported masturbation before marriage had no less sexual satisfaction in their marriages, there was even a slight correlation of greater satisfaction.
Kinsey and his associates gathered their data primarily by means of interviews, which they encoded using a code to maintain confidentiality.
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 American Sexual Character: Introduction
Kinsey’s statistics on pre- and extramarital sex prompted a national forum on the state of the nation’s morals and marriages, and his findings on the extent of same-sex sexual behaviors spearheaded debate about homosexuality in the United States.
The reports, along with the host of other explorations of American sexuality that appeared in their wake, were received not only as collections of statistics but also as important statements about gender difference, social change, and American identity.
Commentators on the reports were variously struck by the project’s sheer volume, the novelty of hearing how thousands of ordinary Americans actually conducted their sex lives, and the tension between titillation and objective science that the studies created.
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 American Sexual Character: Sex, Gender, and National Identity in the Kinsey Reports.(Book review) - Encyclopedia.com
She argues that America, battered first by WWII and then the Cold War, experienced the Kinsey Report as a document that pin-pointed a current crisis in society.
She argues that the Kinsey Reports (both male and female) mattered to American because sexuality had become fundamental to national identity and national character.
As Reumann makes clear, the problem of the Kinsey Reports was a public one about the nature of the "national character" as much as a private one about what people did with their bodies.
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 Let’s talk about sex
Kinsey’s own sexual awakening to his attraction for other men, despite his marriage, and the radical free-love environment he cultivated among his colleagues were used to vilify him during the puritanical 1950s.
Kinsey found that most husbands and wives had no idea women were capable of having an orgasm, and most women rarely--and some, never--had one in an era before oral sex and experimentation beyond the “missionary” position.
Kinsey’s personal preferences and class bias did influence the study, and he dismissed working-class marriages as sexually inadequate due to the lack of varied sexual practices.
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Kinsey concluded, for example, that 69 percent of white males had had at least one experience with a prostitute.
Kinsey biographer James H. Jones, former adviser to the Kinsey Institute at Indiana University, has admitted that Kinsey, the father of three children, was not the conventional academic and family man the university presented, but was sexually compromised.
For the Kinsey Institute, according to Reisman, the film likely will be seen as a boon to the institute's attempts to bolster Kinsey's reputation in the face of mounting criticism of his character and work.
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 Advancing Indiana : Indiana University
The birth of The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction can be traced back to 1938, when the Association of Women Students petitioned IU to start a course for students who were married or considering marriage.
Kinsey transferred ownership of all his research materials to the new institute for $1 and became one of its trustees.
Kinsey’s original findings can still be found at The Kinsey Institute, and his spirit lives on in current research in topics such as high-risk sexual behaviors, sexual disorders, hormonal effects on sexuality, and other issues that affect millions of people in the United States and worldwide.
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 American Experience | Kinsey | Kinsey in the News | PBS
Though issued by a medical publishing house and packaged in the sober style of research reports, both the male and the female volumes soared to the top of best seller lists and public consciousness.
Kinsey's published data showed that Americans were engaging in sexual behaviors more frequently and with more variety than conventional morality suggested.
Though later research would correct some of the findings to a degree, the Reports were compared to "an atomic bomb" in their impact on American society.
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 Kinsey's Fradulent 'Science'
Although Kinsey was cited throughout the "Sex Offenses" section of the 1955 ALIMPC six times in 12 pages, the eight pages on "Sodomy and Related Offenses" quoted extensively from Kinsey's Male volume, with 19 of the 21 quotations in "Frequency of Sexual Deviation" taken from Kinsey.
Kinsey falsely stated in his 1948 book (quoted in the ALIMPC) that 72% of males practice oral sex, 40-50% of farm boys have sex with animals, and that "37% of the total male population has at least some overt homosexual experience to the point of orgasm between adolescence and old age.
Kinsey made a hush-hush trip to England to serve as sex science advisor for the Wolfenden Report (even though he is absent from the Wolfenden "Witnesses" list), which extolled The Kinsey Reports on its book jacket and quoted his false homosexual data throughout.
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 Kinsey and the Homosexual Revolution   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Kinsey's percentage was seized upon by Harry Hay, the father of the homosexual "civil rights" movement, when Hay formed the Mattachine Society, urging that homosexuality be seen no longer as an act of sodomy but as a 10% minority class.
No matter what Kinsey's own sexual proclivities and biases, after WWII Kinsey began to move in concert with a cadre of revisionist educators, lawyers and other professionals who determined with their sponsors to forever alter the American way of life through its educational system (the future) and the legal system (the standard of judgment).
Kinsey sold his soul to win his place in time, but now is the time to take back America's soul which has been led astray by fraudulent and criminal science.
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 Sponsored Archives: The Kinsey Report
Kinsey's illness had interrupted his busy schedule of travels to collect material for new sex-research projects-on men in prison, on Europeans and on animals.
Kinsey became famous as the author of the first mass scientific survey of human sexual behavior.
Kinsey was unable to replace this with other backing, and actually feared, close friends said yesterday, that his institute and long-range projects would end.
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 uExpress.com: John Leo by John Leo -- (11/14/2004) KINSEY'S NONJUDGMENTALISM ABOUT SEX RAISES TROUBLING ISSUES   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Kinsey wrote: "What is right for one individual may be wrong for the next; and what is sin and abomination to one may be a worthwhile part of the next individual's life." That certainly defined Kinsey's own sexual demons out of existence, but it left the field of sexology with a taboo-breaking, anything-goes legacy.
He just used the records of pedophiles, coldly described in the first Kinsey report as males who "with their adult backgrounds are able to recognize and interpret the boys' experiences." Table 34 was a moral horror, and neither Kinsey nor his patron, the Rockefeller Foundation, seemed to think that anything was amiss.
Kinsey didn't say, but he wrote that the psychic damage to children who have sex with adults comes from the horrified reaction of adults, not from the sex itself.
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