CWA warns about new Kinsey movie
By Allen Palmeri
October 12, 2004
JEFFERSON CITY – Missouri Baptists should view with great skepticism the new movie “Kinsey,” which seeks to legitimize the findings of sex researcher Alfred Kinsey, whose ideas became the foundation of America’s so-called sexual revolution, according to a leader with Missouri Concerned Women for America (MCWA).
“With all of the exposure in the last 10 years of Kinsey being a criminal and a fraud, they have to re-frame him back into the scientist/family man that he was in the first place,” said Bev Ehlen, Missouri legislative liaison for Missouri Concerned Women for America (MCWA) and a member of The Way Baptist Church, Warrenton. “We’re going to continue to expose Kinsey for who he is.”
Kinsey came out with the first published studies on sexual behavior in 1948 and 1953. His research, which relied on pedophiles, prostitutes and prison populations, informed and directed the American Law Institute’s Model Penal Code in eliminating and weakening 52 sex laws that once protected marriage, according to the American Legislative Exchange Council. Missouri adopted the Model Penal Code in 1977, which basically took down all of the protections for women and children in the sex offense area, Ehlen said.
“The sexual revolution came in on the heels of his research,” Ehlen said. “Sex education in schools was instituted because of Kinsey and his research, because obviously the parents were not able to teach their children all these different areas of sexuality. ‘Children are sexual from birth’ came from Kinsey. He made that up. ‘Ten percent of the population being homosexual’ came from Kinsey.
“Sexuality became recreational with Kinsey rather than procreational,” Ehlen continued. “The destruction of marriage –taking the man out of the home, making the man the playboy, looking at sex recreationally—has changed America. Hugh Hefner (founder of Playboy magazine) said that Kinsey was the researcher and he was the pamphleteer.”
Recent biographies have revealed that Kinsey was bisexual, voyeuristic and masochistic, engaging in bizarre practices so damaging to his health that some believe were instrumental in leading to his death in 1956 at age 62, the Washington Times reported.
The Kinsey Institute and its allies, Planned Parenthood and the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS), have been advancing the sexual revolution for the past five decades, according to Joey Davis, state director of MCWA and a member of First Baptist Church, Branson. During that time, unwanted pregnancies, abortions and sexually transmitted disease have skyrocketed, she said. Kinsey’s so-called research has been used to justify weakening laws against sex offenders and pornography, advancing the homosexual agenda, requiring more and more explicit sex education for children, and for radically redefining marriage.
“He molested hundreds of children in order to obtain bogus data on child sexuality,” Davis said.
CWA has been educating the general public about Kinsey through a program called Restoring Social Virtue and Purity (RSVP). With the movie, starring Liam Neeson, set to come out Nov. 12, CWA spokespeople want to emphasize that they remain available to make RSVP presentations. Contact them through their website, www.cwfa.org. Click on the Kinsey icon to get to a page exposing the truth about Kinsey. For information on scheduling a presentation, call Ehlen at (636) 932-4496.
“The presentations show how important the law and lawmakers are,” said Ehlen, who has been part of a seven-year CWA movement in Missouri that has shed much light on Kinsey’s activities. “The enemy understands how important the law is, so Christians need to understand who is making the law.”