Hollywood institution Variety magazine has spiked an ad critical of the 'father of the sexual revolution', Alfred Kinsey. Kinsey issued controversial findings mid-century on human sexuality and has become the poster-boy of the sex-without-consequences movement. A new movie about Kinsey with the usual entertainment industry agenda has been produced. But while the movie industry claims to be about free expression, that seems to apply primarily when you agree with them.
Dr. Judith Reisman is leading the fight to get the truth of Kinsey before the public to counter the romanticized version Hollywood has made:
"Dr. Kinsey went out, found pedophiles, cultivated them, coveted them and directed them in their sexual activities and their atrocities against children," charged Judith Reisman, author of Kinsey: Crime & Consequences: The Red Queen and The Grand Scheme.
The film stars Liam Neeson. I liked him better as Rob Roy.