Kinsey and Our Culture
Dr. Alfred Kinsey, a zoologist by training, sparked the sexual revolution with his books Sexual Behavior in the Human Male (1948) and Sexual Behavior in the Human Female (1953). His works are foundational to sex education in America today and laid the groundwork for cultural acceptance of pornography, homosexuality and abortion.
2003 marked the 50th anniversary of the publication of Kinsey's female volume, with its continued theme: "All sex is good sex." He promised us happier marriages, fewer sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and lower illegitimacy rates if we adopted his "scientific" views of "outlet" sex. However, his legacy remains as a searing indictment-soaring rates of out-of-wedlock pregnancies, abortion, divorce, welfare moms, child abuse, teen sex, fatherlessness, juvenile crime, STDs, homosexuality, AIDS, "intergenerational sex (incest)" and bestiality. Considering the cost, we cannot afford to follow Kinsey into the 21st century.
Kinsey's idea of utopia was sexual activity spanning from childhood to adulthood, indiscriminate and as varied as possible. He believed it was vital for children to engage in sex by age 6, before they picked up "cultural taboos" based on "religion." A practicing sadomasochistic homosexual himself, he deliberately blurred the distinction between normal and abnormal sex. [more ...]
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