The Scientist Who Mainstreamed Pedophilia
Nov 26, 2016 By Bob Unruh
Alfred Kinsey is known in the United States as the researcher who released the influential books on human sexual behavior in the 1940s and 1950s, regarded as catalysts for the sexual revolution.
The National Institutes of Health notes his studies as a college teacher on the gull wasp failed to earn him a desired promotion, so he jumped on a new academic pursuit of marriage and the family, titillating students with “the mechanics of intercourse” and teaching them that “nearly all so-called sexual perversions fall within the range of biological normality.”
Ultimately, he claimed that children, even infants, are sexual from birth and that the answer to what’s appropriate for human sexuality is just about anything. Even the left-leaning New York Times admitted author James Jones revealed Kinsey “had affairs with men, encouraged open marriages among his staff, stimulated himself with urethral insertion…
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