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Posted on 11/26/2004 12:26:19 PM PST by McCormick Reaper
IL MEDIA UNSPUN: Kinsey & Ebert, At the Movies
Friday, November 19, 2004
By Arlen Williams, media critic (email@example.com)
OPINION -- A movie is now being shown that promotes one of the most evil and destructive figures in the 20th Century. The setting: not Berlin, nor Moscow, nor Peking . . . but Bloomington, Indiana.
People of informed conscience are exposing this film and its subject for what they are. Roger Ebert doesn't like that.
The film is about Alfred Kinsey, Ph.D., Professor at Indiana University, Darwinist zoologist, sex researcher, sex research defrauder, sexual anti-moralist, sexual abuse enabler, personally sexual pervert, and pseudo-scientific high priest of the Sexual Revolution.
What a Hoosier, eh?
In his 11/14 Sun-Times column, "Sex and the Scientist," Roger Ebert does what a defender of the Sexual Revolution does and what myriads in the media are doing right now, concerning this movie.
In fact, his is a classic example of post-Kinseyan, freedom-from-morality apologia.
Ebert claims that Kinsey "never advocated anything and specialized in research that simply attempted to discover what people actually do in their sex lives." Tactic to note: deny true motives in the false name of the noble quest for scientific truth.
According to Ebert, "Kinsey found that most people masturbated, that a third of men reported at least one homosexual experience, and that oral sex and extramarital sex were commonplace."
Actually Kinsey "found" much more than that. For one thing, Kinsey found an overwhelmingly skewed set of subjects for this research in the populations of prisons --not to mention the manipulation of those willing in the mid 20th Century to sit down and answer hundreds of questions about their sexual experiences.
He even sought out many prostitutes and sex offenders to lump into his research, while secretly trashing three quarters of his data. Hardly a control sample.
But control was a problem for Dr. Kinsey. While he was very controlling of his methods and student researchers, he did not exhibit much control of his own sexuality. His death in 1956 is attributed to "orchitis," which flowery word refers to a testicular infection that according to noted Kinsey debunker, Judith Reisman, Ph.D., "followed years of sadistic, orgiastic 'self-abuse.'"
The real story on Kinsey may be found in numerous places. I am drawing from the 11/12 WorldNetDaily column, "Selling sex in the U.S.A." by editor David Kupelian and his citation of the findings of Dr. Reisman. I suggest the very informative albeit tortuous read.
Torture. That gets to another point.
Ebert's defense of the Hoosier prof failed to mention the heart-rending evil Kinsey's "research" included. It wasn't just about answering the questions, "What do you do when you're alone?" and "What do you mean by 'kiss?'"
Kinsey's "Table 34" features exacting data on the sexual abuse of children -- down to age five months.
"Kinsey solicited and encouraged pedophiles, at home and abroad, to sexually violate from 317 to 2,035 infants and children for his alleged data on normal 'child sexuality.'"
Explaining further, Kupelian relates:
For example, "Table 34" on page 180 of Kinsey's "Sexual Behavior in the Human Male" claims to be a "scientific" record of "multiple orgasm in pre-adolescent males." Here, infants as young as five months were timed with a stopwatch for "orgasm" by Kinsey's "technically trained" aides, with one four-year-old tested 24 consecutive hours for an alleged 26 "orgasms."
No, Ebert somehow overlooks the facts, purporting instead that the key issues were about such things as whether or not to try positions besides "missionary."
Another exemplary tactic used by Ebert is the characterizing of Kinsey and all the Son of Kinsey chips off the ol' monster out there as heroes of freedom, besieged by "the forces of prudery."
That's you and me -- if you believe sex is about marriage/family.
You see, when one is defending the harmful practices of sin, against those who uphold the way life may be enjoyed from beginning through end, he must portray the wholesome as the ones aberrant.
At the feet of Alfred the Hoosier we may lay tens of millions of abortions, a culture of porn, NAMBLA's organized pedophilia, the media's "homosexual chic" cause, and countless, endemic cases of spiritual, relational, and psychological harm.
Celebrate the movie promoting America's own 20th Century mega-villian!
Roger's thumb is up...
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Alfred Kinsey had researchers observe the sexual torture of children of all ages, down to 5 months. "Orgams" they recorded in these hideous criminal acts included hysterical crying, screams, and... convulsions. His research critera was a joke, from a scientific perspective --not funny at all, from a human perspective.
Wasn't there a movie a few years ago, glorifying the Marquis de Sade?
I was reading Drudge and clicked on one of his story/links regarding the latest box office results.
I was pleasantly surprised to see that the movie about the pervert and discredited so-called sex scholar, Kinsey, was fully bombing at the box office. Kinsey cost $11 million to produce; was released Nov. 12 and to date has only made $1 million. It is upside-down some $10 million.
I have not heard this. Do yo have a source for this statistic>
I thought it was Siskel that was from Urbana.
Plot Outline: In a Napoleonic era insane asylum, an inmate, the irrepressible Marquis De Sade, fights a battle of wills against a tyrannically prudish doctor.
Isn't "Alexander" bombing, as well?
Not surprising that the homosexual Ebert believes in the fradualant Kinsey. No surprise at all.
Ain't that the truth!
But, according to Box Office Mojo, only 235 movies have ever made $215m. Ever.
If it really tanks, it won't get wide/countrywide release and will disappear. My guess is that this will be it's fate. Then we will know it's truely a bomb.
first "wide" is citywide.
It was initially released to 5 theaters, the following week to 36, and is now in 185. The per-theater box office is high. The distributors have been testing the waters to see how much interest there is in the film. It's not a bust yet, which is why Ebert may be talking it up
Oliver Stone has fled to Europe to avoid critics here. The public has already pegged this movied as Stone's "gay" movie and a poor script flop.
Does the EU have similar buzz outlets? Do EU movie goers have the same access to the internet, text messaging movie observations, or just finding the movie reviews?
So was Margaret Mead's. The principal postulates of liberal agenda are badly executed hoaxes. Liberals count on the basic trait of human nature - laziness .
Information is out there but the majority of people will not bother to check.
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