Ever since Indiana University zoologist Kinsey began to weaken child protection efforts by classifying children as the "partners" of their adult abusers, the leveling of abusers and victims via language has continued both formally and informally. Although new statutes are often framed in the assertion "Children are not the property of their parents," there appear to be no official data collections underway by any institution to ascertain the status of such pedophile-friendly laws.
An overwhelming body of research confirms the testimonies of hundreds of thousands of adult, child, homosexual and heterosexual victims of junk sex science and pornography. Like Big Tobacco, Big Pornography has used the mass media for decades to lie to the polity about the harm of their toxic products. This review raises several key questions:
1. What well-funded American pedophile/pederast lobby, using its credentialed members, works behind the scenes to lower and end the age of consent and protective parents’ rights?
2. Why is the media silent about the role of pornography and fraudulent sex science in the massive increases in sexual violence, including child sexual abuse?
3. What is the U.S. Department of Justice doing to protect children from junk sex science, pornography, sexual abuse and a judicial system that awards child victims to perpetrators?
The "Kinseyan philosophy" has tainted researchers, the media, legislators and justice officials — and we have all borne the consequences. The "Kinseyan philosophy" and its consequences have not been seriously evaluated — until now.
About the Author
Judith A. Reisman, Ph.D., is president of The Institute for Media Education, and author of the U.S. Department of Justice, Juvenile Justice study, Images of Children, Crime and Violence in Playboy, Penthouse and Hustler (1989); Kinsey, Sex and Fraud (Reisman et al, 1990); Soft Porn Plays Hardball (1991); Partner Solicitation Language as a Reflection of Male Sexual Orientation (Reisman & Johnson, 1995) and Kinsey, Crimes & Consequences (1998). Two documentaries were built on her work: "The Children of Table 34" (1995) and "Kinsey’s Paedophiles" (1998) produced by UNESCO and Amnesty International award-winning producer, Tim Tate of England’s prestigious Yorkshire Television. Dr. Reisman has been a consultant to the U.S. Department of Education and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services as well as three U.S. Department of Justice administrations.
Dr. Reisman is listed in Who’s Who in Science & Engineering, International Who’s Who in Sexology, International Who’s Who in Education, Who’s Who of American Women and The World’s Who’s Who of Women. Her scholarly findings on "junk science," visual pornography as non-speech, and child protection have had international legislative and scientific impact in the United States, Israel, South Africa, Canada and Australia. Based on her pioneering exposé of Kinsey, The German Medical Tribune and the British medical journal, The Lancet, called for an immediate investigation of the Kinsey Institute. The investigation has not been forthcoming and to-date, Dr. Reisman’s findings remain ignored by major U.S. science journals.
Dr. Reisman is sought worldwide to speak, lecture, and testify, and to counsel individuals, organizations, professionals and governments regarding the power and effect of images and the media to alter human behavior. The special emphasis of her work has been, and continues to be, the influence of "junk science," imagery and media change agents upon adults and children. The author may be contacted at 1-800-837-0544.