- Hardcover: 288 pages
- Publisher: WND Books; 1 edition (July 20, 2010)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1935071858
- ISBN-13: 978-1935071853
- Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 1.4 x 9.3 inches
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Sexual Sabotage: How One Mad Scientist Unleashed a Plague of Corruption and Contagion on America Hardcover – July 20, 2010
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About the Author
Dr. Judith Reisman is a consultant and former president of The Institute for Media Education, and is the scientific advisor for the California Protective Parents Association. A sought-after expert in the field of Media Forensics, Dr. Reisman is also an author and has been a consultant to four U.S. Department of Justice administrations.
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Kinsey claimed to be a legitimate researcher, objectively studying sexual behavior. From a number of sources the picture is painted of a researcher that was sexually abusive to himself and others. Kinsey's objectivity is questionable if, indeed, he was sex addicted and trying to normalize his own behavior through his work.
Judith Reisman words are worthwhile and obviously spoken from sincerity. She pulls no punches and says what needs to be said. I'm surprised by how much even my own values have been swayed over the years but reading this book is a major reality check. Everything she said rings true to my experience. When I was a child, my elders, not just within the family, but those I encountered in school or everyday life, were sexually very conservative. The Greatest Generation that she speaks about were, at least in my estimation, very down to earth and had high standards. In line with what she said in her book, the disease rates and teen pregnancy rates bear this out. Kinsey tried to paint a different picture and thereby made that Greatest Generation look like hypocrites.I think it comes down to revisionism for the benefit of "normalizing" his own behavior. My generation was more likely to be sexually active as teens than my parent's generation but it was still relatively uncommon and anyone that dared try was unlikely to be worried about STDs; they were effectively non-existent in our age group. If my generation was thusly restrained the WW II generation could only have been even more so.
Most people coming of age in our day never learn any degree of sexual self-control and this is an absolute necessity within a long term relationship. A lot of men these days can't even imagine a few month's celibacy when their wife in in the late stages of pregnancy or directly after childbirth. I can't imagine my father or either of my grandfathers demanding a hall pass to cope with such a situation, yet that is not unknown in our day.
Nowadays sexual techniques are published in women's magazines sold at the checkout line of the supermarket. One could easily get the impression that sexual satisfaction requires years of study and practice to achieve, but the generations before ours didn't see things this way. I see it all as a mosaic of social pressures that have moved couples away from intimacy and love and in the direction of maximizing sensation instead. No one can live on cake alone, but some of these relationships are trying to survive on the icing, not to mention the cake. The emotional nutrition of intimacy doesn't seem to be on many people's radar anymore.
Sexual Sabotage, IMO, hits it on the head. Things have changed drastically in the last 60 years or so and Kinsey's misleading research has been a big part of it. There's much more freedom, but I don't think that there's all that much satisfaction. I was taken in by it to some degree, in spite of a strong moral background. But, even before reading this book I've noticed that some people seem to believe that they must live up to the mantra of the sexual revolution, even though it has not yielded positive results in their lives. You can almost see it when they speak, as they mentally review their thoughts before speaking lest they accidentally go contrary to the social norm as they perceive it.
In my opinion, we have been sold a bill of goods regarding sex and Dr. Reisman's book helps to explain this. There may be more freedom today, but there is also more divorce, more disease and more people without a mate, living from encounter to encounter. Kudos to Dr. Reisman for standing against the tide and exposing Kinsey for what he truly was.
Highly recommended if you find the current social climate distressing for its lack of morality.
murdering dozens of children Kinsey had these researchers molest children and time the rate of "orgasm" which was really a rate of response to torture. Dr.Reisman exposes the fraud that has produced the statistics the GLBTQ associations use to validate their activist agenda... If you want to get the rest of the story, this book is worth reading, although its' graphic content probably will disturb you, I found it very disturbing primarily to know that this fraud was used to form an entire "sex education" school training system..
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