How Alfred C. Kinsey's Sex Studies Have Harmed Women and Children
Indiana University zoologist Alfred C. Kinsey shocked the nation in 1948 with the publication of Sexual Behavior in the Human Male , followed in 1953 by Sexual Behavior in the Human Female, whose 50th anniversary is being celebrated this year by the Kinsey Institute.
Compiling thousands of interviews, Kinsey reported that American women were either sexually repressed (married) or highly promiscuous. Kinsey's studies have had an enormous impact on the law and the culture, despite later evidence that the research was fatally flawed and even involved cover-ups of child rape. [more ...]
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