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A pro-chastity youth organization plans to protest a new biographical movie about sex researcher Alfred Kinsey, saying his ” pseudo-scientific defense of sexual perversions” should not be celebrated.
Generation Life works to spread both the messages of chastity and respect for life to young Americans. Brandi Swindell, the group’s national director, spoke out against the film “Kinsey,” which opens tomorrow in theaters nationwide.
“The most appalling part of Kinsey’s work is the cover-up that continues, even in this movie, that a 2-month-old, a 5-month-old, even toddlers were sexually molested in the name of science under Kinsey’s supervision,” Swindell said in a statement.
“Excerpts from Kinsey’s work made me sick to my stomach. The details and depths of perversion that he masquerades as science has paved the way and justified the molesting of many of my generation. Kinsey’s legacy is not one of sexual enlightenment, as this movie would lead you to believe, rather Alfred Kinsey is responsible in part for my generation being forced to deal face-to-face with the devastating consequences of deadly sexually transmitted diseases, pornography and abortion.”
The film stars Liam Neeson and John Lithgow.
NOTE: The November issue of WND’s monthly Whistleblower magazine – titled “OBSESSED WITH SEX: How Kinsey’s fraudulent science unleashed a catastrophic ‘revolution’ in America” – takes direct aim at Alfred C. Kinsey, universally revered as the “father of the sexual revolution” and glorified in a feature Hollywood film starring Liam Neeson to be released tomorrow. In reality, as Whistleblower documents like never before, Kinsey was actually a sexual psychopath who relied on the sexual torture of hundreds of infants and children at the hands of pedophiles in preparing his revolutionary “research.”
Starting with the “Kinsey reports” on Americans’ sexual habits – now proved to be utterly fraudulent – Whistleblower documents with devastating clarity exactly how America was transformed in five decades from the “Leave it to Beaver” innocence of the 1950s to today’s wanton, “anything-goes” sexual anarchy.