Alfred Kinsey’s book ‘Sexual Behaviour in the Human Male’ (1948) was credited with kickstarting the sexual revolution.
What many people don’t know about Kinsey is that Chapter 5 of his book, which dealt with child sexuality, was compiled from the diaries of a predatory paedophile.
Rex King was a US government land examiner who used his work in Arizona and New Mexico as cover to abuse children. Kinsey’s mentor, Dr. Robert Dickinson, had taught King basic scientific methods to record the sexual abuse of children. King “molested at least 800 boys and girls, recording the abuse in explicit hand written diaries.”
Dickinson put Kinsey in contact with Rex King, who was given the codename Mr Green to protect him from identification and prosecution. Chapter 5 of Kinsey’s book contained records of King’s abuse of 317 infants and children from 2 months to 15 years old. To give an example King’s ‘research’, he would interpret a little girl’s floods of tears as a result of sexual abuse as evidence of orgasm.
Kinsey wrote to Rex King and said “I commend you on the research spirit which has led you to collect data over these many years”.
The Kinsey Institute have been responsible for creating sex education programs worldwide, and for training sex educators. Kinsey’s ‘research’ on childhood sexuality was also quoted extensively by the Paedophile Information Exchange in a document which attempted to influence the British government to reduce the age of consent to 4 years old.
Tim Tate’s excellent documentary ‘Kinsey’s Paedophiles‘