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Kinsey: Crimes & Consequences, by Judith A. Reisman

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Premarital Intercourse

Child Abuse and Neglect


Sexually Transmitted Diseases


Children Whose Parents Divorced



In the preface to her book Kinsey: Crimes & Consequences — The Red Queen & The Grand Scheme, Judith A. Reisman, PhD., relates that when Tom O'Carroll, the leader of the "Pedophile Information Exchange" was scheduled to speak in 1977 from the podium of the Swansea University (at which she presented evidence supporting her findings on child pornography in Playboy and Penthouse), the housekeepers at the college went on strike. Dr. Reisman, was the only speaker at the conference who refused to sign the petition calling for the exercise of "free speech" and to give Tom O'Carroll, a proselytizing child molester, the right to speak at the conference.

After "Tom O'Carrol was safely whisked out of Whales," Dr. Reisman was leaving for the London train "when a Canadian psychologist took me quietly aside.  Certainly, I was right, he said.  The images I screened of children in Playboy/Penthouse would cause harmful sexual acting out on children.  But if I was looking for the cause he directed me not to neglect reading about Kinsey in The Sex Researchers, by Edward Brecher.  "Why?" I asked.  "I worked with Kinsey and Pomeroy" he said.  "One is a pedophile and the other a homosexual."  Which is which, I asked?  "Read and discover," he replied."

Dr. Reisman did just that and found to her amazement that not only were the allegations true, but also that her aunt Caroline had somehow learned from Kinsey that "children were sexual from birth."  Dr. Reisman progressed from just reading about Kinsey to researching his studies, the background and circumstances of his research, and the consequences of it all to civilization.

[Judith A. Reisman, PhD is the founder and president of The Institute for Media Education in Arlington Virginia.]


Excerpts from Chapter 7 "The Child Experiments" of Judith Reisman's Kinsey: Crimes & Consequences

The opening quote in this chapter of Judith Reisman's book [page 140] is as follows:

    It is impossible but that offenses will come: but woe unto him, through whom they come!  It were better for him that a-millstone were hanged about his neck, and he cast into the sea, than that he should offend [bring injury to] one of these little ones.

    Luke 17:1-2

According to Judith Reisman, "anywhere from 317 boy infants and children to 2,035 total children" were subjected to the sex experiments for the Kinsey data in Chapter 5 of the Male and Female volumes of his reports.  The truly amazing fact is that at the time the activities required to preform the "research" on children to obtain data on their "sexuality" would have involved actions that were clearly criminal in all 50 states of the USA and that these criminal activities were being committed under the protection and with knowledge of the Indiana University.

The following are reproductions of graphs from Chapter 7 of Dr. Reisman's analysis of the Kinsey Reports:

The 1,746 children in the Table above represents a cumulative total of children Kinsey cites as sex subjects for the team's Male and Female volumes.  The second column cites to the page number in the Female volume for 7 small girl test subjects.  The next column represents 350 children mentioned in Pomeroy, and the remaining columns are data from Kinsey's Male volume with the page (p) number or Table (T) cited below the bar.[page 140]

On page 142 of her book Dr. Reisman explains that the "very influential sexologists" Masters and Johnson, Kolodny and Weems, writing in 1980 in Ethical Issues in Sex Therapy, Volume 2, "give their readers a history of the research on the "Ethics of Sex Research Involving Children and the Mentally Retarded."

She quotes from "the important essay contained in the book by Albert Jonson and J. Mann," in which "they report that Kinsey 'included observational reports on the speed of reaching orgasm in 1,888 boys, aged 5 months to adolescence who were time with a stop watch' and '147 pre-adolescent' girls for a total of 2,036.  The authors cite to their 'personal communication' with Wardell Pomeroy, Kinsey's co-author, who validated the 1,888 boys in the Kinsey Reports."

Dr. Reisman then continues to show and describe the data contained in the following tables from the Kinsey Report on Males:

  • Table 30. Pre-adolescent eroticism and orgasm;

  • Table 31. Ages of pre-adolescent Orgasm, Based on actual observation of 317 males [ranging in age from 2 mon. to 15 yr.];

  • Table 32. Speed of pre-adolescent orgasm [ranging from less than 10 seconds to over 10 minutes in a total of 188 observations;

  • Table 33. Multiple orgasms in Pre-adolescent males [numbers of orgasms in 182 boys, ranked in order of numbers of orgasms achieved, ranging from 1 to more than 21, and for 64 boys the interval of time required between orgasm ranging from 10 seconds to over 30 minutes];

  • Table 34. Examples of multiple orgasms in pre-adolescent males [28 boys, aged 5 months to 14 years, (e.g., 14 orgasms in 38 minutes and 26 orgasms in 24 hours].

In Part Two of Chapter 7 Dr. Reisman reports on similar data from Chapter 4 of Sexual Behaviour in the Human Female, pertaining to female child sexuality.  She points out that the "data vary considerably with the data Kinsey published on sex among male children.  For instance, Kinsey presents no results from tests of "speed to orgasm."  In contrast to from 317 to 1,729 boy infants and children, only seven small girls were similarly tested.  "Most of his female child 'data' are presented from adult recall." [pp. 154, 155]

[page 154] It's quite a feat to determine the percentages of mutually exclusive groups in a sample population so that they add up to more than 100%, but it appears that is exactly what Kinsey did.  However, what is remarkable is that no comparable information is made available for boys.  What is even more remarkable yet is that sexual abuse by females apparently was of no concern at all to Kinsey with respect to either boy or girl children.  It is unlikely that such abuses would have been lumped together under the category "Other Kin."  According to the reports quoted in Frederick Mathews' "The Invisible Boy," [re: Chapter 2. Perpetrators of Male Victimization ] one would expect such reports of abuse of boys by females to range between about 20% to 80% of the sample populations examined by Kinsey.  Why was incest involving boys not mentioned at all by Kinsey?

There is another curious aspect to all of the data presented by Kinsey and his collaborators in crime.  It isn't apparent at all whether any sexual abuse by stepparents was discovered.  In other study reports stepparents are identified as the second largest group of child abusers, far more prevalent than natural fathers.  Why is it that Kinsey had no interest at all in any of these aspects of the sexual abuse of children?  Why is it that he had such an enormous fascination with the investigation of boys?  Most of all, why is that a supposedly reputable university lent its support for so many years to so obviously flawed studies of data that were collected in obviously flawed and even criminal ways?  Most of all, how is it possible that a whole nation, and indeed the whole world, bases radical changes to its scheme for social evolution on such terribly flawed information?

Some of the answers to these questions are given in Chapter 2 of Kinsey: Crimes & Consequences.  However, there is far more to the history and circumstances of Kinsey's "research."  Dr. Reisman covers that in excellent detail throughout her book.

See also:

The "Fix" That's Destroying Education In America

Have no illusions that the problems with America's education system are national ones. Once you read Tom DeWeese's article and know who's behind "The Fix", you'll come to the conclusion that you know also why "The Fix" is destroying education in all developed nations.  Furthermore, you will know why the current push for sex-education is such a large part of it.

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