A 76-year-old woman with a pseudonym of “Esther White” has come forward to expose herself as a rape victim of Dr. Alfred Kinsey.
Kinsey started as a biologist, but began delving into the world of pedophilia. He soon started studying the reactions of children to sex. From what he and his associates claim were interviews with pedophiles (see a PBS interview with an associate, Paul Gebhard), he produced records showing “evidence” that children are orgasmic from infancy.
Through his now-famous “Table 34,” Kinsey concluded that no type of sexual intimacy should be denied to children. He used this research in the books “Sexual Behavior in the Human Male” (1948) and “Sexual Behavior in the Human Female” (1953). From this, he earned the name “father of the sexual revolution” – and the books were embraced without questions about how he got his research.
How did Kinsey get this evidence?
According to “White,” he paid fathers, grandfathers (including her own) and got permission from prisons to use pedophiles for biological research which turned out to be actual experimentation on children and teens. He started on her when she was 7. A testimony from “White” can be seen, along with years of research by Dr. Judith Reisman backing up her claims, at Reisman’s website.
Reisman, a long-time investigator of Kinsey’s research, has been trying to expose the Kinsey papers for years. She is a Media Forensics expert who studies the effects of all types of pornography and sexual harassment. Her research shows that the children, some too young to express themselves, would be manipulated until they were apparently in the flush of orgasm. This may be possible, but no other reason for their squirming or apparent discomfort was ever recorded by Kinsey and his associates.
Kinsey’s research became the basis of American public school sex education:
Kinsey’s work on child sexuality has become the basis for all of American public sex education, excluding abstinence.
SIEUCUS, the Sexual Information and Education Council of the United States, is the primary organization that establishes sex ed curriculum for the National Education Association. It’s based on Kinsey Institute research.
SIECUS’ website states they “promote comprehensive education about sexuality, and advocate the right of individuals to make responsible sexual choices.”
The site has a page on “Abstinence Until Marriage” – but this page merely calls all such programs “harmful” and says abstinence programs should be kept out of schools. Although some SIECUS Fact Sheets give safety information for people who will be consensually sexually active, many of them use only anti-abstinence information.
However, several new 2009-2010 studies show that abstinence curricula do work (see previous Associated Content article here for backup).
Dr. Judith Reisman’s research on Kinsey, despite her sterling credentials, isn’t accepted by the sex education establishment. Kinsey was extolled a few years ago in a Hollywood movie. His findings are embraced by sexually oriented industries and family-planning organizations like Planned Parenthood.
According to the World Net Daily interview at Reisman’s site, “Esther White” said she is willing to testify about her rape and other things she saw while involved on Capitol Hill, if she can be assured that Kinsey Institute files will be opened to public scrutiny.
“Paul Gebhard Interview,” PBS.org, not dated.
“WND Exclusive: Victim of notorious sex experiments speaks out,” Dr. Judith Reisman with World Net Daily, 10/18/10.
“Alfred Kinsey, sexual psychopath,” Jill Stanek, RN, 3/13/09.