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In the world of sexology, two figures, John Money and Alfred Kinsey, have left a lasting and devastating impact with their research. Their controversial methods and ideologies have brought about heated debates and raised concerns about the protection of children from early sexualization.
Matt Walsh’s documentary What Is A Woman brings to the forefront the horrendous exploitation of children in the United States of America. In the film Walsh unveils the horrific history behind the idea and separation of gender and sex. Walsh asked, Miriam Grossman M.D. an adolescent/adult psychiatrist, “why don’t we know more about John Money and Alfred Kinsey?” She responded saying, “evidently there are forces that don’t want this information out.”
One of the most contentious chapters in John Money’s career revolves around the infamous, Reimer case. Money suggested that a boy named David Reimer, who suffered a tragic circumcision accident, should be raised as a girl. Money was successful in convincing Reimer’s parents to raise him as a girl. Money’s research on the twins included forcing the two to commit sexual acts on each other all while they were still children.
The case, initially thought a success, later revealed the devastating effects of imposing gender identity through reassignment surgery. David was unable to align with his assigned gender, ultimately transitioned back to living as a male. This case shed light on the potential ethical risks and irreversible consequences of such interventions on children’s lives. Later in life Brian Reimer, David’s brother, died of an overdose from anti-depressants. Just two years later David Tragically died of suicide.
Alfred Kinsey’s comprehensive studies on human sexual behavior, documented in the Kinsey Reports, challenged societal norms and opened up discussions on previously taboo subjects. Kinsey’s sampling methods lacked representativeness and raised ethical concerns. Kinsey’s studies were based on voluntary participation, which included incarcerated sex offenders. In Kinsey’s book, “Sexual Behavior in the Human Male” their is an infamous chart that any human with a moral compass would be disgusted by. The chart was labeled Table 34 and in detail described the age of the subjects, the amount of orgasms the subject received and the duration each horrific sexual act occurred. It gets worse, the subject’s of this table were anywhere between the ages of five months old and 15 years old. These studies were recorded by Kinsey when he interviewed sexual predators in prison who had been incarcerated for conducting the horrendous acts on children.
Kinsey had a thirst to prove that children were sexual from infancy until old age. The controversies surrounding Money and Kinsey highlight the need for ethical guidelines in research, particularly when involving vulnerable populations such as children.
As we navigate the complexity of sexuality and safeguarding our children, striking a balance between education and protection is vital. By putting parents first and prioritizing comprehensive sexual education and adhering to rigorous ethical standards, we need to work towards a future where our children are protected from premature sexualization while gaining the knowledge they need for healthy, informed lives.
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