Alfred Charles Kinsey (June 23, 1894 – August 25, 1956) was a homosexual ‘sexologist’ founded the Institute for Sex Research at Indiana University in 1947. A sadomasochistic homosexual who is likely to have died from self-inflicted wounds, Kinsey’s research resumed in late 1930’s America when Jewish homosexual Magnus Hirchfeld died. Kinsey’s direct connecting personality between him and the Hirschfeld-Weimar project was the Jewish ‘sexologist’ Harry Benjamin — the funding received from the Rockefellar Foundation was achieved with the help of Jewish board member Arthur Hays Sulzberger who also supported Kinsey’s depraved activities, including the Kinsey Reports, in the newspaper he owned; the New York Times. Kinsey fabricated a set of reports which purported to investigate empirically the sexual mores of the average American man and woman. The reports were actually based on data collected from prisons, prostitutes and convicted paedophiles but claim that adultery, visiting prostitutes, homosexuality and even bestiality were widespread and thus should be regarded in the eyes of the law as “normal”. One of Kinsey’s most outrageous claims was that children are sexual from birth. Co-workers complicit with Kinsey molested their own children in the service of his perverted experiments. Similar to Hirchfeld who had campaigned for the decriminalisation of abortion in Europe, Kinsey’s claims have been used to justify mass abortion throughout the Western World.