The dangerous Alfred Kinsey
Nearly 70 years after being molested repeatedly by her own father, “Esther White” (a pseudonym) is speaking out in hope of prompting Congress to investigate the controversial research. White said she would be willing to testify in person on Capitol Hill if an investigation results in opening the Kinsey Institute files to public scrutiny.
When his “research” wasn’t actually threatening the physical safety and psychological well-being of his subjects (and indirectly, their families and partners), Alfred Kinsey’s ideological crusade was threatening the culture. For more on the latter, see Kathy Shaidle’s review of Judith Reisman’s Sexual Sabotage.