Kinsey-Based Sex Education Is Grooming Children–Dr. Judith Reisman
Pornography is everywhere these days. Even small children playing on smartphones can accidentally find it. And it’s causing problems: children mimic what they see, and child-on-child rape is up. It affects adults too. Many porn addicts seek more and more extreme content—sometimes leading to content with children in it. Child pornography and sex trafficking is especially rampant here in the United States.
And the Jeffrey Epstein case has given us a peak into just how prevalent child sex trafficking is—even among the elites in our society.
But how did we get to this point? What caused it?
A lot of this can be traced back to the father of America’s sexual revolution himself: Alfred Kinsey. The Kinsey Reports were based on fraudulent data and child abuse. He opened the gates for the porn industry, and his work has directly impacted our laws and K-12 sex education.
Today we continue with the second half of our interview with Dr. Judith Reisman. We’ll discuss the disturbing trends in K-12 sex education, how elites in society have tried to cover up the truth about Kinsey’s research, and what parents can do to protect their children.
Dr. Judith Reisman is a professor of psychology at Liberty University and the Director of the Reisman Institute. She has written numerous books exposing Alfred Kinsey’s work and its consequences. She is an international expert witness on human sexuality.