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The Kinsey Corruption

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      Check to see if this title is already in your library's catalog. If it is,
      put a hold on it and check it out. If not, fill out a patron request form right
      away. This can usually be done online at your library's website.

      Title: The Kinsey Corruption: An Expose on the Most Influential Scientist
      of Our Time
      Author: Susan Brinkman
      Publisher: Ascension Press, USA
      Date Published: October 2004
      ISBN: 1932645713
      Price: 5.95 softcover
      Comments: Encapsulates the life and influence of Alfred Kinsey.


      Book Description
      Since the sexual revolution began forty years ago, morality in America has
      been in a state of rapid decline. In only four decades, we have gone from a
      country of traditional family values to a nation of widespread promiscuity,
      cohabitation, soaring divorce rates, and an explosion of sexual crime committed
      against women and children. How could things have gone so wrong so fast?
      Many experts answer this question with two words: ALFRED KINSEY.
      This book will expose:
      * How Alfred Kinsey presented as "normal" data he collected from incarcerated
      sex offenders, criminals, and prostitutes.
      * Which of today's popular notions about sex are based on Kinsey's flawed
      conclusions, such as 10 percent of the population is homosexual and sexual
      promiscuity is normal.
      * That Kinsey engaged in criminal experimentation on children and used "data"
      he collected from some of the world's most notorious pedophiles to arrive at
      his conclusions.


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