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Kinsey, Sex and Fraud: The Indoctrination of a People Hardcover – November, 1990

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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 237 pages
  • Publisher: Vital Issues Pr; Copyright 1990 edition (November 1990)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 091031120X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0910311205
  • Product Dimensions: 0.9 x 5.7 x 8.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,011,208 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Bradley P. Hayton on February 3, 2012
Format: Hardcover
Kinsey's research on the sexuality of Americans has been considered the best to date. He obtained the largest cross-section of the population, along with pretty substantial numbers of all ages. Ellis, Masters and Johnson, or even Freud, didn't come close. Consequently, Kinsey's findings have become a bible to sexologists.

Reisman and Eichel attempt to explode this myth. They primarily attack Kinsey's agenda and his statistics. Kinsey advocated all variations of sexual behavior, including incest, pedophilia, bestiality, homosexuality, and any other deviation. Pomeroy, his colleague, later wrote many articles on behalf of incest and pedophilia.

But the authors' most damaging indictment is their examination of Kinsey's sample population. It appears that almost 25 percent of his population were prison inmates, and several hundred infants and children were manually and orally masturbated by nine "technically trained" assistants in efforts to elicit "orgasm." Thus, not only is his data highly skewed, but Kinsey appears to have engaged in the massive sexual abuse of children.

The authors contend that this is merely the surface of the problem. Not only was Kinsey's data erroneous, but his data has been used to promote a sexual libertine agenda ever since the 1950's. As a result our kids are dying due to increased STDs, AIDS, and teen suicides. Premarital sexuality has become almost the norm, and animal and outlet sexuality endorsed by our public school system. Most state sponsored sex education uses Kinsey's research as their model and statistical base.

No Christian who teaches sexuality courses, no Christian therapist who deals with sexual abuse, and no public policy-oriented psychologist will want to ignore this book.
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Kinsey: Crimes and Consequences by Judith A. Reisman is a well-documented, closely argued, reasonable, and well-written deconstruction attack and burial of the fraudulent ideas and research of entomologist and insane pervert Alfred C. Kinsey.

Reisman sadly lays out that American scientists have refused to face the facts and admit that the Kinsey Reports were scientifically and statistically flawed. Most notably by:
1) using unrepresentative samples and
2) invalid statistical methodology, and
3) accepting "data" on children and children's sexual practices reported by habitual criminal child molesters.

On the last point, Reisman carefully documents that Kinsey *included* the reports of child molesters as *normative* behavior. He did not believe that the children were "victims" and the sociopathological projections of these monsters who recounted that "children enjoyed [being sexually molested]" Kinsey included as evidence that children naturally and normatively engage in sex with adults. In other words: the criminal got to tell the story that the victim enjoyed being raped. The question of asymmetric power did not come up, in Kinsey's world.

"The father of human sexuality education was, really, a sexual psychopath," says Reisman, and Kinsey's fraud is "the major scientific scandal of our nation."

Sadly, the educational establishment in the U.S.A. promoting national agendas of sex education all citing Kinsey as an authority continue to churn out false and misleading information to our children's impressionable minds, as this sad book all too clearly spells out.

Should be required reading for clergy and social workers.
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If you think you knew why the morality and ethics of America have been in decline for several decades, think again. Alfred Kinsey was almost single handedly responsible for the decay of American family values and morals. He gave the liberals and other demagogues the (false) data they needed to overturn almost all of the laws dealing with morality. The only things they have not overturned are the laws dealing with pedophilia, but they are working on them through the so called sex education classes they are presenting to our children in the schools. They have already gotten pedophilia removed as a crime and re-defined it as an illness in the medical literature. Their next step will be to reduce the age of consent to as low as 12 years of age and lower if possible; even down to 7 if they can eventually get away with it.
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Very good well researched book. I have studied Kinsey's books and he ought to have been charged with child molestation,fraud, and more plus we shouldn't be calling this and teaching this as sex science.
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By A Customer on July 6, 2002
Format: Hardcover
For decades many social "scientists" have passed off the Kinsey Report as truth. Now with the dissemination of the information found in this book, Kinsey's "work" has been exposed as unscientific, fraudulent and criminal. This book is a must for anyone who plans to stand up in a school board meeting to challenge the basis of the misguided sex education curriculum in his or her local public school. It will give you the ammunition you need to effectively refute arguments in favor of pornography, homosexuality, pedophilia, etc. which are based on the bogus data compiled by Kinsey and his fellow "scientists". Reisman and Eichel have done our nation a great service in writing this book.
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