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The institute named after sex researcher Alfred Kinsey, who claimed that of 4,441 women he interviewed none ever had been injured by rape and said he observed orgasms in boys as young as 5 and 11 months, is attempting to take its influence worldwide.

The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction, based at Indiana University, recently was recommended by the United Nation’s Committee on Non-Government Organizations for special consultative status with the organization’s Economic and Social Council.

The full decision on the recommendation is scheduled to be made this summer by the full EOSOC.

It was during meetings at the U.N. that Jennifer Bass, communications director for the Kinsey organization, spoke to the Economic and Social Council’s NGO committee.

“Our work we realized has been very U.S.-centric over the years. We feel a strong commitment and responsibility to be available on an international level,” she said.

The U.N. plan is for the institute to join organizations such as Jesus Weeps over Africa, Malaysian Relief Agency Foundation, Nation Builders Organization, War Widows Association, Women United for Economic Empowerment, the American College of Sports Medicine and dozens more with official recognition.

Pro-family organizations already have begun developing plans to oppose the Kinsey Institute’s formal recognition at the U.N.

The institute’s namesake released his stunning “Kinsey Reports” in the 1950s, claiming that 95 percent of the men of the World War II “Greatest Generation” were sex offenders, some 70 percent had sex with prostitutes and up to 37 percent engaged in homosexual acts.

He became a celebrity and was thought of as a great researcher and scientist.

That was, until 1981, when a sole researcher, a Ph.D. and scholar named Judith Reisman, raised questions about Kinsey’s Table 34.

According to David Kupelian, author of “The Marketing of Evil,” Reisman found that Table 34 “purports to be a scientific record of ‘multiple orgasm in pre-adolescent males.’”

Wrote Kupelian: “Reisman wondered: How did Kinsey and his associates obtain this ‘research’ that infants as young as five months of age enjoyed sex? Child sexual abuse is a felony – how could such research be conducted legally? Why had nobody raised this issue before?”

Reisman herself explained: “Kinsey solicited and encouraged pedophiles, at home and abroad, to sexually violate from 317 to 2,035 infants and children for his alleged data on normal ‘child sexuality.’ Many of the crimes against children (oral and anal sodomy, genital intercourse and manual abuse) committed for Kinsey’s research are quantified in his own graphs and charts.”

It was “Table 34″ on page 180 of Kinsey’s “Sexual Behavior in the Human Male” that claimed to be a “scientific” record, Reisman explained.

“Here, infants as young as five months were timed with a stopwatch for ‘orgasm’ by Kinsey’s ‘technically trained’ aides, with one four-year-old tested 24 consecutive hours for an alleged 26 ‘orgasms.’

Wrote Kupelian: “Whoa! Wait a minute. This seems too horrible to be true. You’ve got to be thinking, ‘Why haven’t I heard about this before? If this actually happened, Kinsey would have been arrested and locked up. This must be some hysterical anti-sex researcher jumping to conclusions.’”

But the author wrote that Reisman, a world-renowned expert and scholar who has been a consultant to four U.S. Department of Justice administrations, the Department of Education, and the Department of Health and Human Services, pulled back the curtain on Kinsey.

She writes: “Kinsey defined children’s torment (‘screaming,’ ‘writhing in pain,’ ‘fainting,’ ‘convulsions’) as ‘orgasms’ for infants to young to speak. Who sexually tested these children? Where were the parents? Among thousands of international reviews of the Kinsey reports, no one asked these questions of the man who, as Gore Vidal declared, was ‘the most famous man for a decade,’ and who is the one man the homosexual and pedophile movements today thank most for their advances?”

See the details from Kinsey’s Table 34, which shows the age of children, the time frame and how many “orgasms” were recorded:

Reisman said there are critical questions that never have yet been answered, such as what happened to the children of Table 34.

Kinsey was not one to inflict pain only on others, as Reisman documents in describing his ultimate demise: “An early adherent and advocate of masturbation, Kinsey suffered an untimely death due, at least in part,  to ‘orchitis,’ a lethal infection in his testicles that followed years of sadistic, orgiastic, ‘self-abuse.’ Kinsey’s obsessive, brutally masochistic masturbation methods appear to have assisted in his early demise.”

Nor was his research something that should be given credence, Reisman, author of “Sexual Sabotage: How One Mad Scientist Unleashed a Plague of Corruption and Contagion on America,” writes.

His “research” team, “‘forced’ subjects to give the desired answers to their sex questions, 2) secretly trashed three quarters of their research data, and 3) based their claims about normal males on a roughly 86 percent aberrant male population including 200 sexual psychopaths, 1,400 sex offenders and hundreds each of prisoners, male prostitutes and promiscuous homosexuals.”

Kupelian writes that Kinsey “science” remains influential because, as E. Michael Jones explained in “Libido Dominandi: Sexual Liberation and Political Control,” today’s experts have built their careers and livelihoods on assumptions made by Kinsey.

“To sum it up, today virtually everything have to do with sex – from attitudes toward extramarital affairs and homosexuality to the nation’s sex-education curricula, to the ways medicine, psychiatry, psychology, and even the criminal justice system define and deal with sexual pathology – is rooted firmly in the ludicrously fraudulent ‘data’ of Kinsey and his cult of criminally deviant sex ‘researchers,’” Kupelian wrote.

Such influence was seen in recent headlines, including in the Washington Post, after a Vanity Fair profile revived 22-year-old questions about actor Woody Allen’s behavior with his daughter with Mia Farrow, Dylan.

Allen was accused of abusing Dylan when she was a child in the early 1990s, but a Connecticut prosecuted ultimately declined to press charges.

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