Judith A. Reisman, PhD – Child Protection Institute

Judith A. Reisman, PhD – Child Protection Institute

Judith A. Reisman, PhD has focused on fraudulent sex science-education and on pornography as an Erototoxic pandemic, addicting children and society. Dr. Reisman is Director of the Child Protection Institute and Research Professor at Liberty University School of Law. She has been Amici at the US Supreme Court and in various legal cases re: pornography, gender, marriage, free speech, child abuse/ custody and related issues. She was principal investigator/author of the U.S. Department of Justice, Juvenile Justice study; Images of Children, Crime and Violence in Playboy, Penthouse and Hustler (1989), also authored Kinsey, Sex and Fraud (1990), Soft Porn Plays Hardball (1991), Partner Solicitation Language as a Reflection of Male Sexual Orientation (w/Johnson, 1995), Kinsey, Crimes & Consequences (1998, 2000), Sexual Sabotage (2010), Stolen Honor, Stolen Innocence, (2013).

She is listed in Who’s Who in Science &; Engineering, International Who’s Who in Sexology, International Who’s Who in Education, The World’s Who’s Who of Women, etc. Her findings have had legislative and scientific impact in the United States, Israel, South Africa, Canada, Croatia, Jamaica and Australia. Tim Tate, UNESCO award-winning Producer-Director of “Kinsey’s Paedophiles,” (UK, 1998) stated: “every substantive allegation [is] thoroughly sourced with documentary evidence—despite the Kinsey Institute’s reluctance to open its files.” Based on her work, The German Medical Tribune and the British medical journal, The Lancet demanded that the Kinsey Institute be investigated for deliberately covering up massive sex crimes against children and fraudulent science. Reisman co-authored Chapter One, “Human Sexuality and Sexual Deviance, Research and Reality” for Commander Vernon Geberth’s updated classic Sex-Related Homicide and Death Investigation (2010). See, drjudithreisman.com.

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