Tonight's Feature on MidNight Matinee - The Kinsey Syndrome Part 1.
Don't miss tonights very important feature The Kinsey Syndrome as we explore the effects of Alfred Kinsey's studies on sexual behavior on our youth and the world we live in today. Alfred Kinsey was a zoologist at Indiana University who, in 1948, published a study called Sexual Behavior in the Human Male, commonly known as The Kinsey Report. Five years later, he published Sexual Behavior in the Human Female. The reports were designed to give a scientific gloss to the normalization of promiscuity and deviancy. “Kinsey’s initial report, released in 1948 . . . stunned the nation by saying that American men were so sexually wild that 95% of them could be accused of some kind of sexual offense under 1940s laws,” the Washington Times reported last year when a movie on Kinsey was released. “The report included reports of sexual activity by boys–even babies–and said that 37% of adult males had had at least one homosexual experience. . . . The 1953 book also included reports of sexual activity involving girls and boys younger than age 4, and suggested that sex between adults and children could be beneficial.” His report paved the way for sex education in our schools and the homosexual revolution. His book was rated the 4th most harmful book of the 19th and 20th c
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