Posted: February 21, 200912:00 am Eastern
By Bob Unruh Â© 2009 WorldNetDaily
A renowned expert on the life and work of sex scientist Alfred Kinsey, widely known as the "father of the sexual revolution," is raising alarms over President Obama's pursuit of sex "education" for kindergartners and his plans to install a pornography advocate in a top Justice Department position.
Judith Reisman is a Ph.D. researcher and scholar whose exposÃ©s of Kinsey have appeared in several books, including "Kinsey: Crimes & Consequences" and, most recently, a new DVD called "The Kinsey Syndrome."
The new video documentary reveals dramatically the profound impact on American society from the â€œfindingsâ€ of the famous sexual revolutionary, who succeeded in overturning most of the â€œmoralsâ€ and â€œviceâ€ laws of World War II-era America. Not widely reported, although today proven beyond dispute, is that Kinsey based his research â€“ which concluded that 95 percent of American men in 1948 were sexual criminals â€“ on interviews with thousands of prisoners and prostitutes, fraudulently claiming them to be normal, middle class â€œGreatest Generationâ€ Americans. He also â€œdiscoveredâ€ that children are sexual from birth and documented his â€œresearch findingsâ€ with the meticulous notes of serial pedophiles who sexually molested children as young as two months of age, documenting for Kinsey the toddlersâ€™ â€œsexual responsesâ€ and timing them with a stopwatch.
Since the 1980s, Reisman has exhaustively investigated and debunked the "research" of Kinsey, best known for his 1948 and 1953 books about human sexual behavior.
Obama was referring to a senatorial race in Illinois in which his opponent was former Ambassador Alan Keyes.
"I remember him using this in his campaign against me â€¦ saying Barack Obama supports teaching sex education to kindergartners. I didn't know what to tell him," the now-president says. "But it's the right thing to do. â€¦ to provide age-appropriate sex education, science-based education in schools."
Obama was speaking to a gathering of Planned Parenthood, the biggest abortion provider in the U.S.
Obama also said during a Democratic presidential debate that he's already discussed same-sex marriage with his young daughters.
Talk radio giant Rush Limbaugh noted Obama agreed during one debate that he would support reading a controversial fairy tale "about two princes falling in love" to his children.
"The fact is, my 9-year-old and my 6-year-old I think are already aware that there are same-sex couples," the Illinois senator told the debate audience. "One of the things I want to communicate to my children is not to be afraid of people who are different â€¦ One of the things I think the next president has to do is stop fanning people's fears."
Limbaugh pointed out that Obama, as a state lawmaker, voted for a plan that demanded, "Each class or course in comprehensive sex education offered in any of grades K through 12; shall include instructions on the prevention of sexually transmitted infections including the prevention, transmission, and spread of HIV."
Reisman also is concerned about David Ogden, Obama's nominee to be the second-in-command at the U.S. Justice Department, following a long career of defending pornographers
Tom Minnery, a senior vice president for Focus on the Family Action, said Ogden "argued that 'abortion rarely causes or exacerbates psychological or emotional problems,' opposed parental notifications for 14-year-olds and called spousal notification a 'burden' that cannot be justified."
Ogden also has contended there's a constitutional right to access pornography at public libraries and stated homosexuality "is a normal form of human sexuality." He has described traditional marriage as a "social prejudice."
Tony Perkins, chief of the Family Research Council, said, "Mr. Ogden has built a career on representing values and companies that most Americans find repulsive."
Reisman concludes: "Whether Ogden gets the appointment or not, the team he put in place will be based on his Playboy philosophy, which is founded on Kinsey."
Her new DVD explains how Kinsey's campaign for extreme sexual permissiveness â€“ many would say anarchy â€“ now has resulted in aggressive demands for approval of alternative sexual lifestyles, rampant abortion, child molestations and even the kidnapping and killing of children.
Specifically, she explains on the DVD, Kinsey's research was conducted intentionally to advance the agenda of a sexually promiscuous society, and the nation forever has been changed â€“ for the worse â€“ because of him.
She cites Human Events' determination that his "Sexual Behavior in the Human Male" was one of the most destructive books ever written, behind only the "Communist Manifesto," "Mein Kampf" and the "Quotations of Chairman Mao."
Reisman said Kinsey traveled the country lobbying for permissive laws regarding criminals who molest children, arguing that predators didn't repeat their attacks and that parole would be the most beneficial treatment.
But she said later studies showed precisely the opposite â€“ that the recidivism rate among child predators is among the highest of all criminal types.
Reisman also cited permissive attitudes regarding female teachers sexually preying on male â€“ and sometimes female â€“ students.
She also cites the flood of missing child cases in recent years.
"No longer do mothers worry about little Johnny coming home late for dinner â€“ they must wonder if he will come home at all. But how did our country reach this point?" she asks."
Blame Kinsey, she said.
His work "laid the foundation for sex education â€“ training teachers, psychologists and even Catholic priests in human sexuality. What has been the consequence? And what was Kinsey's research really based upon?"
The DVD describes how Kinsey, as "one of America's original pornographers," worked secretly in his attic to illegally film sex and inspired Hugh Hefner to launch Playboy.
The next generation, according to the California Child Molestation & Sexual Abuse Attorneys, is porn on the Internet, now a major factor in the U.S.
"The number of victims of childhood sexual abuse and molestation grows each year. This horrific crime is directly tied to the growth of pornography on the Internet," the organization reported.
Reisman's documentary says, "Perhaps most disturbing, Alfred Kinsey has been accused of training pedophiles to work with stopwatches and record the responses of children being raped â€“ all in the name of 'science.' Among his workers was a Nazi pedophile whose relationship to Kinsey was exposed in a German court. The information from these crimes was then recorded in 'Table 34' of Kinsey's â€˜Sexual Behavior in the Human Male.â€™ How can lawmakers use such a document to define the moral parameters of our society?"
The production also highlights convicted mass murderer Ted Bundy and his death-bed revelations about the essential role of pornography in encouraging sexual predators to commit their crimes. Before he was executed in Florida, Bundy admitted that every murderer he encountered â€“ without exception â€“ had been involved heavily in pornography that portrays violence.
Defending Kinsey is his Indiana University-based Kinsey Institute, which boasts of having "the world's largest and most renowned collections of historical and contemporary erotic art, artifacts and photography."
Institute spokeswoman Jennifer Bass told WND the organization doesn't release information about any of the "subjects" in Kinsey's research, but said there's no reason to worry that he obtained data from a Nazi pedophile or others who orchestrated their "research" to fit Kinsey's documentary needs.
"Kinsey was not a pedophile in any shape or form," the institute's website states. "He did not carry out experiments on children; he did not hire, collaborate, or persuade people to carry out experiments on children. He did not falsify research findings and there is absolutely no evidence that his research 'opened flood gates for the sexual abuse of children."
But even the institute admits some of the "behaviors" that were revealed to Kinsey during his "research" indeed constituted illegal activities, "including abuse of children."
The data, however, were accepted and used confidentially, and remain that way today.
"Without confidentiality, it would have been impossible to investigate the very private lives of Americans then, and even now," the site states.
It also says Kinsey's "information about children's sexual responses" came from adults "recalling their own childhoods," as well as parents, teachers.
"Kinsey stated that there were nine men who he had interviewed who had sexual experiences with children who had told him about how the children had responded and reacted. We believe that one of those men was the source of the data listed in the book," the website continued.
Bass told WND the negative claims about Kinsey "just keep being repeated."
Reisman has been a consultant to four U.S. Department of Justice administrations, the Department of Education and the Department of Health and Human Services. She has testified multiple times before Congress, and her work has been praised by major organizations such as the National Law Center for Children and Families.
She's also the author of "Images of Children, Crime and Violence in Playboy, Penthouse, and Hustler," "Kinsey, Sex and Fraud" and "Soft Porn Plays Hardball." She serves as president of the Institute for Media Education.