Delving into the origins of gender ideology is like peeling an onion. The very first peel makes the eyes tear, each cut of the onion thereafter is harder and harder on the eyes. As I chop away at gender theory and the men behind it, it hurts my eyes. The dark and twisted world of Alfred Kinsey and John Money is hard to grasp. Both men held degrees from Harvard University and were trailblazers for the study of human sexuality, and gender theory. The research the men performed consisted of filming people having sex, including children with adults, and children with children. Graphic sex surveys, interviews, and questionnaires, collected from prison inmates, sex predators, pedophiles, and prostitutes. This would become the foundation of sex education and policy in the United States. Kinsey and Money changed the world by providing the kindling that sparked the sexual revolution.
Money and Kinsey were very apologetic for pedophiles and advocated that child love and child consensual sex is not a bad thing. Money called this a “Love Map” or “affectional pedophilia” and “sadistic pedophilia.” In other words, a pedophile who acts with love, is a benevolent pedophile and cannot help his “love map”, and a child is by nature attracted to this kind of love.
“By 1948, no longer satisfied with merely collecting other people's histories, Kinsey started encouraging his research staff to experiment sexually with each other. A series of liaisons followed among Kinsey, his staff, their wives, and invited guests. In 1949, he hired William Dellenback to film and photograph these people engaged in masturbation or intercourse. He collected a library of diverse items of erotica from around the world. He imported what he could not find at home, eventually attracting the attention of the U.S. Customs Service and sparking a lawsuit that remained unsettled when he died in 1956, leaving a legacy of controversy and an undeniable impact on American society.”
Founded by Alfred Kinsey in 1947, the Kinsey Institute is the foundation of American sex education and policy. The Kinsey Report is published annually and is taken as gospel by academics and policy makers. Kinsey just celebrated their 75th year of operation. In 2014 Kinsey became part of the United Nation’s Economic and Social Counsel as a consultant. This gives Kinsey funding and access to countries worldwide. Meanwhile the dark reality of The Kinsey Institute’s studies of sexual behavior in children is based on pedophiles who abused children, and agreed to be interviewed by Kinsey. Table 34 in the book Kinsey published, “Sexual Behavior in the Human Male" (a volume was also written with the same experiments done to females), contains the brutal accounts of child molestation as seen and perpetuated by pedophiles themselves and given to Kinsey. Shockingly, sex education and sex surveys for students entered the school system for the first time with Kinsey’s research in 1978. Accounts of children screaming and crying when abused were written and recorded as orgasms. Kinsey would then chart this in Table 34 with how many hours, and how many orgasms the child had.
This is accepted as current science and legitimate research. When “Sexual Behaviors in the Human Male” was published in 1948 it was a best seller. The sexual experiments were done to children from infancy to 15 years old. Kinsey also interviewed and surveyed prostitutes and sex offenders, and used that data as a presentation of societies sexual characteristics and norms as a whole. Talk about junk science. The Kinsey Institute has shaped modern sex education, law, and our culture. It is no surprise that we are here and that schools are actively promoting gender ideology.
John Money was the director of the Psychohormonal Research Unit, and an associate professor of pediatrics at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. Psychohormonal is the study of hormones, behavior, and sexuality. Money believed that biological reality can be changed with gender identity, hormones, and surgery, and founded the first gender clinic at Johns Hopkins with the help of a wealthy woman that identified as a man named, Reed Erickson. Reed founded the Erickson Education Foundation in 1964 and in 1966 the first gender clinic was opened.
“The EEF also promoted education on transsexuality and transgender issues through coordinating medical referrals among transsexuals, sponsoring public educational events, and funding early books about transsexuality. Most importantly, the EEF supported the growth and development of the Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association (later renamed the World Professional Association for Transgender Health)”
Reed Erickson was considered a pioneer of the transgender rights. She died a drug addict in 1992 at the age of 74 while living in exile in Mexico evading drug indictments.
A two year old child would be the gender clinic’s first sex reassignment surgery. David Reimer was born Bruce and became Brenda at two years old. It was the first surgery of its kind to be performed in the United States. Bruce had a twin brother Brian and at 7 months old the twins had a urinary issues. A doctor advised a circumcision to remedy the problem. The boys were sent to get a circumcision. Bruce was mutilated, his penis nearly burned off of his body. His brother was spared the same surgery after what happened to Bruce. The devastated parents didn’t know what to do. By chance the parents saw John Money on a TV show talking about children born with deformed genitals. They took Bruce to see Dr. Money and at the tender age of two, Bruce became Brenda at Johns Hopkins gender clinic and underwent sex reassignment surgery. Ironically Johns Hopkins stopped performing sex reassignment surgeries in 1979 due to the chief of psychiatry at the time,
“Hopkins halted surgeries in 1979 while Paul McHugh was the chief of psychiatry. McHugh believed that by conducting surgeries "Hopkins was fundamentally cooperating with a mental illness," concurring with the findings of a study by Jon Meyer, who ran the hospital's Sexual Behaviors Consultation Unit. Meyer hypothesized that sex change surgery conveys "no objective advantage in terms of social rehabilitation."
David Reimer would live the rest of his life with the sad reality of Money’s bad ideas and medical experimentation done to him at John Hopkin’s gender clinic. In 2017 Johns Hopkins reopened the gender clinic. Money coined the term “gender identity” and “gender roles”. Money used Reimer as his case study and performed horrific sex experiments on the twin boys until they were teenagers, and David refused to go see Money. Many years later as an adult David would share his story with Rolling Stone Magazine. The article won a magazine award and became a book, “As Nature Made Him: The Boy Who Was Raised as A Girl”. David had no idea he was truly a boy. He spent his childhood living a lie. His parents, advised by Money, were told not to tell him the truth. For years David and his brother were sexually abused by Money as he studied them. David had trouble socializing and fitting in. The boys didn’t like him, and neither did the girls. David was depressed and sometimes violent. He wasn’t born in the wrong body, he was mutilated and used as a science experiment, by a grown man who wrote research papers supporting pedophilia. Money wrote this about breast feeding infants and their mothers.
“They are both related to sucking of the nipples and to the possibility of an orgastic climax (which delights some breast-feeding mothers and morally terrorizes others) that is induced by the stimulation of the nipple. In addition, both manifestations of pairbonding may be intimately related to genital arousal. Whereas the signs of genital arousal in female infants at the breast are inconspicuous, in naked male infants they are conspicuously displayed as erection of the penis (personal observation).”
David had more surgeries and hormones to try and reclaim his biological sex. He married and adopted his wife’s children. Sadly they divorced after 14 years. The Reimer family was traumatized and never recovered. David’s brother Brian died of an anti depressant overdose, and a few years later David died of a drug overdose in 2004.
This is hard cold reality of gender ideology, gender medical treatments, and drugs that come with it. The public school system is woefully wrong when it comes to sex education, gender ideology, and our children. As citizens, we are not only entitled to full disclosure of what happens in our schools, but we have a right, and a duty, to make sure the education is in alignment with our core values. Human biology is not manifested from the scalpel, a doctor, or a pill. Children are not born in the wrong body. Sexuality is not a disease to be medicalized. The work of Kinsey and Money is shocking and has no place in education. We need a systemic review of comprehensive sex education and the theories that support it. Gender ideology is pseudo science and does not belong in classrooms, or universities.
By Jennifer Sparks aka J.Cherry
Jennifer Sparks aka J.Cherry is an independent journalist, radio host, and producer. On the airways she was known as J.Cherry where she produced a popular local radio show, VOICE of the CITY, airing on WESU 88.1FM. There she conducted in depth and candid interviews with artists, politicians, authors, activists, scientists, and community leaders. In 2020 Jennifer left WESU to pursue an independent podcast where she could freely talk about controversial subjects. A mother and wife before being a journalist, she felt compelled to break free and dig into medical freedom, government policy, parental rights, public health, corruption, and big pharma.
Over the years Jennifer has been published in local newspapers as a freelance writer. Frustrated with being censored and not being able to publish the stories she felt were important and under reported, she began her own blog.
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