Dark Roots of the Modern ‘Sexology’ Movement Exposed by Dr. Judith Reisman

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Faith and Freedom with Liberty Counsel’s Mat Staver and Holly Meade… An 11-minute weekday radio program discussing hot topics in the area of religious liberty, the sanctity of human life and the family.


Our special guest today on Faith and Freedom is Dr. Judith Reisman. She is a world-renowned expert on the fraud of Kinsey — the whole sexology movement — where it began, where it’s going, and what it’s objective is. So, she is our special guest today.

Mat Staver: Welcome to Faith and Freedom Dr. Reisman.

Dr. Reisman: Thank-you SO much, Mat! It is just a joy to join you again. Haven’t been for a while so I’m happy to be here.

Holly Meade: Well, we’re enjoying having you.

Mat Staver: Well, you have written a number of books on Alfred Kinsey. He ultimately wrote two volumes, or two books that literally changed the landscape regarding human sexology world-wide. One in 1948, Sexuality in the Human Male, one in 1953, and that is, Sexuality in the Human Female.

And you have studied him probably more than any other person that I know of. How did all this begin? This whole issue that we’re dealing with today? We’re dealing with same-sex marriage. We’re dealing with the LGBT agenda…

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