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  • Indiana Legislators Want to Defund Kinsey Institute

    10/21/2010 10:20:06 AM PDT · by conservativegramma · 15 replies
    World Net Daily ^ | October 21, 2010 | Brian Fitzpatrick
    In light of voluminous evidence that pioneering sexologist Alfred Kinsey and his associates were guilty not only of scientific fraud but serious criminality – culminating this week with WND's exposé of one victim of Kinsey's notorious "child sexuality" studies conducted by pedophile "researchers" – Indiana legislators are calling for the defunding of the Kinsey Institute, located on the campus of state-subsidized Indiana University. State representatives Cindy Noe and Woody Burton emphasized that any effort to cut off the Kinsey Institute hinges on electing Republican majorities in the state legislature. "I don't think the Kinsey Institute is a proper use of...
  • Single women gaze longer

    06/03/2009 12:58:58 PM PDT · by Pharmboy · 135 replies · 4,233+ views
    Springer Science + Business Media ^ | 3 June 2009 | Renate Bayaz
    Neuroscientists found woman's partner status relevant for her interest in the opposite sex A study by neuroscientist Heather Rupp and her team found that a woman's partner status influenced her interest in the opposite sex. In the study¹, published in the March issue of Human Nature, women both with and without sexual partners showed little difference in their subjective ratings of photos of men when considering such measures as masculinity and attractiveness. However, the women who did not have sexual partners spent more time evaluating photos of men, demonstrating a greater interest in the photos. No such difference was found...
  • Dr. George Lundberg for Surgeon General (Gun grabber, Kinsey Institue friend)

    02/20/2009 11:37:37 AM PST · by 1010RD · 9 replies · 376+ views
    Consumer Health Digest ^ | 02/19/2009 | Stephen Barrett, M.D.
    I got this by email: Support grows for Dr. George Lundberg as Surgeon General. Many people believe that George D. Lundberg, M.D, Ph.D., is ideally qualified to be Surgeon General. Lundberg, an expert on medical ethics and the need for healthcare reform, edited the Journal of the American Medical Association for 17 years and the Medscape Journal of Medicine for 10 years. Coincident with his leaving the latter, the latter journal announced that it has stopped publishing new articles but will maintain free access to its archive. [Romain M and others. So long but not farewell: The Medscape Journal of...
  • Kinsey's Dirty Secrets

    06/29/2005 9:31:32 AM PDT · by robowombat · 13 replies · 1,477+ views
    Citizen magazine ^ | Stephen Adams
    Kinsey's Dirty Secrets Stonewalling sex researchers. Evasive Hollywood executives. What don't they want this grandmother—and the public—to know? WARNING: This story contains some graphic and deeply distressing passages. by Stephen Adams It was the shortest movie screening Dr. Ted Baehr had ever experienced. Just 10 minutes into the preview of Fox's Kinsey, the projection halted abruptly and Baehr and his two companions blinked as the lights unexpectedly came back on. What was up? Apologetically, the projectionist explained that they'd just gotten a call from Fox Searchlight to stop the film about the famous sex researcher Dr. Alfred C. Kinsey and...
  • Taking Sides: Kinsey (Warning, graphic content)

    12/02/2004 11:39:14 AM PST · by Mr. Silverback · 94 replies · 6,263+ views
    BreakPoint with Chuck Colson ^ | 2 Dec 04 | Chuck Colson
    “Never make judgments.” That’s what scientist Alfred Kinsey tells his research assistant very early in the new film about his life. Kinsey, as you know, was all about nonjudgmentalism. Throughout his career researching the sexual habits of Americans, his goal was to free society from the constraints of what the movie calls “morality disguised as fact.” And like its subject, the film attempts to be nonjudgmental—or, at least, that’s the ploy. Three scenes exemplify the supposed nonjudgmentalism. In the first, Kinsey tells his wife, nicknamed “Mac,” that he’s had sex with one of his male researchers. Though she’s devastated, he...
  • Kinsey & Ebert, At the Movies

    11/26/2004 12:26:19 PM PST · by McCormick Reaper · 36 replies · 4,002+ views
    Illinois Leader ^ | 11/19/2004 | Arlen Williams
    http://www.illinoisleader.com IL MEDIA UNSPUN: Kinsey & Ebert, At the Movies Friday, November 19, 2004 By Arlen Williams, media critic (arlen.williams@unspun.info) Alfred Kinsey's life is featured in a new film, "Kinsey," released this weekend.   The Chicago Sun Times' film critic Roger Ebert is a native of Downstate Urbana. Warning: This column is not suitable for children, nor some adults. 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...
  • What Kinsey wrought

    11/15/2004 8:25:07 AM PST · by RepCath · 13 replies · 1,229+ views
    U.S. News and World Report ^ | 11/15/2004 | John Leo
    The unending 50-year war over Alfred Kinsey and his sex research is about to flare up once again, thanks to the new movie Kinsey. The film manages to be fairly faithful to the biographies of Kinsey while sliding by or simply omitting a lot of negative material that might interfere with a heroic view of the man.
  • Rage Against The Keyboard! (Rex Reed on Kinsey/Polar Express)

    11/17/2004 12:22:52 AM PST · by weegee · 9 replies · 1,023+ views
    New York Observer ^ | 11/1/2004 | by Rex Reed
    In a bizarre week as polarized as the national elections, Kinsey, a movie about sex, is a masterpiece, while The Polar Express and Finding Neverland, a couple of Christmas trifles for children, are so full of sugar they could rot your teeth. If this is what they mean by "moral values," drop me off in Sodom and Gomorrah. More about Kinsey, the stunning, exhilarating and phenomenal biography of legendary, earth-shattering, scientific sex researcher Alfred Kinsey, down below. First, the G-rated family fluff: With all the talk about the revolutionary cinematic technology with which director Robert Zemeckis "created" The Polar Express,"manufactured"...
  • A look at Kinsey

    11/14/2004 11:16:15 PM PST · by kattracks · 60 replies · 1,759+ views
    townhall.com ^ | 11/15/04 | John Leo
    The unending 50-year war over Alfred Kinsey and his sex research is about to flare up once again, thanks to the new movie Kinsey. The film manages to be fairly faithful to the biographies of Kinsey while sliding by or simply omitting a lot of negative material that might interfere with a heroic view of the man. Kinsey was a highly intelligent, fearless man and an unusually skilled interviewer whose question-and-answer techniques heavily influenced the way polls and surveys are done today. Conservatives seem quaint when they argue that Kinsey’s two reports, Sexual Behavior in the Human Male (1948) and...
  • Sex and the scientist (Roger Ebert discusses Kinsey and attacks social conservatives)

    11/14/2004 8:12:12 PM PST · by weegee · 14 replies · 1,111+ views
    Chicago Sun-Times ^ | Nov 14, 2004 | Roger Ebert
    Alfred Kinsey has been dead for 48 years, and he still makes people mad. "Kinsey," a movie inspired by the life of the sex researcher, hasn't even opened, and here is an AP story about "indignant conservative groups" who think it is propaganda for the sexual revolution. ----------------------------------------------------- BY ROGER EBERT Sun-Times Film Critic / Nov 14, 2004 Alfred Kinsey has been dead for 48 years, and he still makes people mad. "Kinsey," a movie inspired by the life of the sex researcher, hasn't even opened, and here is an AP story about "indignant conservative groups" who think it is...
  • 'Kinsey' film opens to protest (in blue states); Neeson: character released 'genie from the bottle'

    11/12/2004 2:28:30 AM PST · by JohnHuang2 · 44 replies · 2,199+ views
    WorldNetDaily.com ^ | Friday, November 12, 2004
    Fox Searchlight's first-run feature film on the controversial "father of the sexual revolution" opens in select "blue state" theaters today to the protests of traditional-family defenders who regard the late Indiana University professor Alfred Kinsey as a fradulent scientist who, more than anyone else, bears responsibility for bringing acceptance of promiscuity into the mainstream. Liam Neeson in "Kinsey" (Courtesy Fox Searchlight) On the latter point, the star of "Kinsey: Let's Talk about Sex" agrees. "Kinsey did release the genie from the bottle -- and you can't put the genie back in the bottle," Liam Neeson told Variety magazine. The film...
  • Ban MGM/UA over Kinsey Film! (Hollywood Sinks to New Lows)

    08/16/2004 1:41:18 PM PDT · by Pyro7480 · 33 replies · 2,862+ views
    myself, after seeing EW Fall Movie Preview | 8/16/2004 | Pyro7480
    This November, MGM/UA will be releasing a movie based on the life of Alfred Kinsey, an "academic" who released two "studies," Sexual Behavior in the Human Male, and Sexual Behavior in the Human Female, which legitimized the sexual revolution in the 1960s, and is still being used to legitimize sexually perverted behavior. Kinsey himself was a sexual pervert himself, being a homosexual, a probable pedophile, and a S&M freak. In Entertainment Weekly's fall movie preview, the movie is previewed. Liam Neeson plays Kinsey, and from the companion picture, Neeson indeed looks like Kinsey. The director and producer, Bill Condon, describes...
  • Lawmakers assail NIH funding for sexual-arousal conference

    06/23/2003 10:34:08 PM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 2 replies · 176+ views
    Washington Times ^ | Tuesday, June 24, 2003 | Robert Stacy McCain
    <p>The National Institutes of Health continues to fund sex studies despite protests from members of Congress who say projects such as paying women to watch pornography take taxpayer dollars away from potentially lifesaving research.</p> <p>The critics' latest target of outrage: $26,000 in federal funds for a conference on sexual arousal next month at the Kinsey Institute in Bloomington, Ind.</p>
  • Beatifying the Kinsey Institute: Reisman slams attempts to legitimize pedophile 'researcher'

    04/11/2003 2:23:14 AM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 2 replies · 204+ views
    WorldNetDaily.com ^ | Friday, April 11, 2003 | Judith Reisman
    The Kinsey Institute has launched a major pageant to beatify Alfred C. Kinsey, arguably the most influential "moral philosopher of the 20th century." In 1998, Indiana University boldly republished Kinsey's fraudulent research, "Sexual Behavior in the Human Male" (1948) and "Female" (1953). This year, IU feverishly commenced a series of pornographic "art" shows and lectures to canonize Kinsey, who institutionalized child sexual atrocities with the patina of "science." While draining roughly $600,000 a year from IU coffers, the Kinsey team received additional Rockefeller and Ford money in 1998 to repair Kinsey's badly tarnished image. The Kinsey Institute needed refurbishing badly....
  • "Gay" Groups Join SIECUS, Planned Parenthood To Attack Abstinence Funding *BARF ALERT*

    02/22/2003 2:42:47 PM PST · by GrandMoM · 34 replies · 509+ views
    Mission America ^ | Linda P. Harvey
    "Gay" Groups Join SIECUS, Planned Parenthood To Attack Abstinence Funding by Linda P. Harvey A campaign opposing federal funding for abstinence-only sex education programs is being organized by a coalition of pro-abortion groups joined by advocates of homosexuality. Advocates for Youth (AFY), a radical group promoting "gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender" practices for teens and children, held a December conference in Washington to kick off a campaign to undermine federal abstinence funds provided under Title V of the Welfare Reform Act. The $50 million in annual funding, first provided in 1996, is matched with three state dollars for every four...
  • National sexuality resource center opens in San Francisco

    02/20/2003 5:01:42 PM PST · by GeneD · 12 replies · 238+ views
    AP via SFGate.com ^ | 02/20/2003 | Ron Harris
    <p>The National Sexuality Resource Center threw open its doors Thursday, with the goal of replacing myths about sex with evidence-based research on sexual health, education and rights.</p> <p>"We see this as a major effort to try to depoliticize sexuality. To make an attempt to try and break through the fear, the shame and the silence surrounding sexuality," said Dr. Gilbert Herdt, the center's director and co-founder.</p>
  • Kinsey film focus of O'Reilly tonight

    02/11/2003 10:20:39 AM PST · by steplock · 25 replies · 676+ views
    Kinsey film focus of O'Reilly tonight The planned filming next month by MGM/United Artists of a feature film about sex revolutionary Alfred Kinsey will be the focus of Fox News Channel's O'Reilly Factor tonight. O'Reilly will interview Kinsey critic Dr. Judith Reisman, the author of "Kinsey: Crimes & Consequences." A world expert on pornography, Reisman describes Kinsey as "the single most sadistic scientific pedophile propagandist in history." "The O'Reilly Factor" airs on the Fox News Channel at 8 p.m. Eastern with a repeat broadcast at 11 p.m. Eastern Why is this important?  Read these related Articles:Hollywood mag spikes 'pedophile...