1. Christopher Lash, The Culture of Narcissism, W.W. Norton, New York, 1979. Lash’s earlier work, Haven in a Heartless World: The Family Besieged also is part of the body of writings during the 1970s that identified this tragic shift in American character.
2. "Dr. Von Balluseck....corresponded with the American Kinsey Institute for some time, and had also got books from them which dealt with child sexuality" (Tagespiegel, October 1, 1957).
The nazis knew... [he] practiced his abnormal tendencies in occupied Poland on Polish children, who had to chose between Balluseck and the gas ovens. After the war, the children were dead, but Balluseck lived. Today the court has four diaries ...[where] he recorded his crimes against 100 children ....He sent the detail of his experiences regularly to the US sex researcher, Kinsey. The latter...kept up a regular and lively correspondence with Balluseck." (NZ National Zeitung, May 15, 1957). "Dr. Balluseck...[made measurements] of his crimes committed against children...while in correspondence with the American sexual researcher Kinsey" (Frankfurter Allegemaine Zeitung, May 22, 1957).
3. Founder Vern Bullough is an editor of the Journal of Paedophilia. As of June 1999, the Internet site continues to post the premier issue in which all of its editors (past, present and future) are listed in its initial "Statement of Purpose," as "paedophiles."
4. McIlvenna's Institute supplied Hustler's consumers with graphic, nude photographs that were published alongside the article. In 1977, the photos were re-published in an Institute book entitled Meditations on the Gift of Sexuality. A nude Professor McIlvenna appears in photographs alongside his nude Institute faculty, staff and students in varied combinations of group sexual congress.
5. Paidika: The Journal of Paedophilia, The Netherlands, Spring 1991, pp. 7-8.
6. See Vern Bullough, Dean, Department of Natural and Social Science, State University College at Buffalo; John DeCeccco, Department of Psychology, San Francisco State University, editor of the Journal of Homosexuality; Wayne Dynes, Department of Art, Hunter College, editor-in-chief of the Encyclopedia of Homosexuality; Hubert Kennedy, Center for Research and Education in Sexuality, San Francisco State University.
7. Judith A. Reisman’s Kinsey, Crimes & Consequences, IME, Arlington, Va., 1998, 2000.
8. See Judith A. Reisman, Ph.D., Soft Porn Plays Hardball, Huntington House, Lafayette, LA., 1991 for full documentation of citations on the pornography issue. See especially Judith A. Reisman, Ph.D., Images of Children, Crime and Violence in Playboy, Penthouse and Hustler, 1954-1984, (Institute for Media Education, Arlington, VA, 1989, Prepared Under Grant No. 84-JN-AX-K007, U.S.Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention).
9. The peer-approved study required researchers to examine each page of every magazine (126) from Hustler's 1974 inception to 1984 that, in 1983, reached over four million consumers, numerically on a par with Psychology Today readership.
10. See Emily Buchwald et al., Transforming A Rape Culture (Milkweed, Minneapolis, MN, l993, p. 7) and Judith Reisman, SoftPorn Plays Hardball, (p. 15).