Kinsey Report Ripped by Concerned Women: LaHaye Calls for Closure of Sex Institute

By Fagan, Amy | The Washington Times (Washington, DC), October 4, 1997 | Go to article overview

Kinsey Report Ripped by Concerned Women: LaHaye Calls for Closure of Sex Institute


Fagan, Amy, The Washington Times (Washington, DC)


The "father of the sexual revolution," Alfred Kinsey, must be exposed as a fraud, Concerned Women for America said yesterday at its national convention.

"Kinsey's early childhood sexuality data is fraudulent and criminally derived, and yet modern sex education is built on the Kinsey model," CWA founder Beverly LaHaye said at the conservative women's convention at the Radisson Hotel in Alexandria.

"I would like to see the Kinsey Institute shut down or a least lose its influence in our country," she said.

Kinsey, who died in 1956, is best known for his studies on human sexuality, made famous by two books: "Human Sexuality and the Human Male" in 1948 and "Human Sexuality and the Human Female" in 1953.

Among other findings, the so-called Kinsey Report said children as young as 2 months old could be sexually active and have orgasms.

Kinsey used a "deviant male sample" on which to base his work, said Judith Reisman, co-author of "Kinsey, Sex and Fraud: the Indoctrination of a People." His data were derived from a group of prisoners, rapists, homosexuals, pimps, male prostitutes, thieves and others whom he labeled "average American men." The research also was based on documented child sexual abuse conducted by pedophiles, she said.

Officials at the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction, based at Indiana University, were unavailable for comment yesterday.

The CWA, which has 600,000 members, is joining forces with the Restoring Social Virtue and Purity (RSVP) America Campaign in calling for a congressional investigation and a nationwide grass-roots effort to expose Kinsey's fraud and remove his "cold hands" from the United States. …

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