Kinsey has been credited with convincing state legislatures across the U.S. to reduce penalties for statutory rape, prostitution, wife and child battery, sodomy, bestiality, indecent exposure, incest, bigamy, adult-child sex, and more.


The Kinsey Institute’s research and sexual advocacy work has contributed directly to the repeal of numerous laws protecting marriage and children in the United States. Kinsey’s testimony and research have been credited with convincing state legislatures across the U.S. to reduce penalties for:

Statutory rape
Wife battery
Child battery
Indecent exposure
Adult-child sex
Illicit cohabitation
 and more.





For example, in his testimony before the California Subcommittee on Sex Crimes in 1949, Kinsey claimed that according to the Institute’s research, “95 percent of nearly 9,000 males in our histories” were sex offenders and considered sexually deviant under the law; therefore, sex laws needed to be liberalized or repealed or practically all men would be in jail.

Kinsey also claimed that his extensive data on children proved they are unharmed by sex; that molesters don’t repeat their crimes; therefore, we should parole all sex criminals. The subcommittee had originally been organized to strengthen California’s sex crime penalties, but after hearing from Kinsey, they recommended widespread paroles and leniency.” Kinsey’s former director and co-author Wardell Pomeroy admits that Kinsey personally worked on “the revision of sex laws with the Illinois, New Jersey, New York, Delaware, Wyoming, and Oregon commissions.”

In their 2004 report, “Restoring Legal Protections for Women and Children: A Historical Analysis of The States Criminal Codes,” 2,400 conservative U.S. lawmakers  detailed how Kinsey, whom they called, “a pornography-addicted, sadomasochistic, bi/homosexual pedophile propagandist,” was able to launch the sexual revolution, reduce sex crime penalties and sabotage American sex law.

The report reveals that “Since World War II Kinsey‘s fraudulent data informed and directed the American Law Institute‘s (ALI) Model Penal Code in eliminating and weakening 52 U.S. sex-related laws that once protected marriage. The ALI’s penal law reforms recommended to legislators and lawyers were largely adopted between 1960 and 1980 and permitted Kinsey‘s [fraudulent reporting of the prevalence of] abnormal sexual conduct to be taught to American children via sex education. Since then, public health costs from sexual disease and dysfunction have skyrocketed; indeed, all measures of socio sexual disorder have soared from the 1960s, when protective laws began to be weakened and/or eliminated.”

Westlaw, the most widely used legal database in the world, has more than 650 Kinsey citations in law journals from 1980 to 2000 and significantly important law journal articles citing to Kinsey research from 1948 to 1980. In most cases, these citations refer to Kinsey’s fraudulent data to support the liberalization of sex laws and for reducing penalties for sex crimes. For example, Kinsey Institute data were cited in law journals over a 30-year period to promote the following changes to existing law, many of which were successful:

Criticize judicial condemnation of sex offenders (Pennsylvania, 1952)

Lighten sex crime penalties (Ohio, 1959)

Promote the harmlessness of boy prostitution (Duke University, 1960)

Claim that children seduce men (Missouri, 1973, Tennessee, 1965)

Legalize sodomy (South Dakota, 1968)

Express “beneficent concern for pedophiles” (Georgia, 1969) 

Reduce penalties for rape (Oklahoma, 1970)

Assert that 95 percent of males are sex offenders (Oregon, 1972)

Legalize prostitution (Maine, 1976)


In 1973, U.S. Supreme Court Justices relied heavily on Kinsey’s data to rule in the landmark Roe v. Wade case, which legalized abortion in the U.S. Kinsey reported his research as showing that abortion was quite common and safe among American women and that any “problems” from abortion were the result of illegal abortions not being performed by doctors; therefore, abortion should be legalized. This argument has since been used at the United Nations and abroad.

The 1957 Wolfenden Report, a leading British study of homosexuality and prostitution, cited Kinsey for authority on decriminalization of sex crimes. Immediately after, American homosexual advocates cited Wolfenden to justify loosening American laws on sodomy and homosexuality. The result was the legitimization, legalization and spread of homosexual behavior on both sides of the Atlantic.

In 2003 an amicus brief written by homosexual activist, John D’Emilio, during his summer fellowship with the Kinsey Institute was used in part by the U.S. Supreme Court to rule in the Lawrence v. Texas case that all U.S. “anti sodomy laws are unconstitutional.” This case resulted in the decriminalization of sodomy across the United States and was then relied on by the Massachusetts Supreme Court in their decision mandating that their state, the first state in the U.S., legalize same-sex marriage.

More recently, the lead witness in the lawsuit challenging California’s pro-traditional marriage Proposition 8 cited Kinsey. This lawsuit resulted in overturning a provision adopted by direct vote of the people to the California constitution defining marriage as the union of a man and a woman and resulted in the legalization of same-sex marriage in the state of California.

The political advocacy of Alfred Kinsey and the Kinsey Institute has redefined the protections once afforded to women and children throughout the United States and the Kinsey Institute is not satisfied with stopping there. The application of the Kinsey Institute at the United Nations shows the direct intent of the organization to promote their sexual agenda and influence laws and sexual practices around the world.

The Kinsey Institute must have their Consultative Status revoked at the UN, and government leaders around the world must be warned of the harmful influence of the Institute; while citizens of the world must take action to protect their communities and children from the  encroaching influence of the Kinsey Institute.


TAKE THE STEPS to Stop Kinsey!





By Judith A. Reisman, Ph.D. and Mary E. McAlister, Esq.

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