Jerry Newcombe on Corruption in the Heartland of America

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In the heartland of America, there is corruption. At Indiana University last week they celebrated the 4th Annual “Sex Fest.” They defended this foray into degrading sex by saying, “Our public health researchers have found some evidence to suggest that people are engaging in a broader range of sexual activities and as a result, it is the IU Health Center’s mission to make sure they practice it safely.”   

Campus Reform noted (2/6/20), “The second night offered…demonstrations, including a man whipping a tied up woman in public.”

It was reported that students could choose from an appalling list that included bondage, exhibitionism, and a host of other deviant behaviors.

These things took place at Indiana University – the headquarters of the Kinsey Institute. This is the school where Dr. Alfred Kinsey taught, until he died in 1956.

Kinsey’s research and books launched the sexual revolution. His research is taken as gospel by many. While in college, a virgin Methodist, Hugh Hefner, thought Kinsey’s work was scientific, so he abandoned his religion and enthusiastically became “Kinsey’s pamphleteer.”

But the devastating scam perpetrated by Kinsey’s “research” is detailed by his most persistent critic, Dr. Judith Reisman, author of Kinsey, Sex, and Fraud. Speaking of Kinsey’s research, she told me, “I don’t call it ‘flawed.’ I call it ‘fraud.’” She said he was “purposefully deceitful.” She notes Kinsey did 86% of his research during World War II. This was a very disruptive time, and the people free to talk about their sex lives were not representative of the population as a whole during normal times.

Many of the subjects he interviewed about their sexual lives were prisoners. How is that a typical population to draw from? He also interviewed a lot of prostitutes – and, surprise! – his “results” showed shocking amounts of promiscuity. That too is not a representative sample.

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Jerry Newcombe