In an April 12 WorldNetDaily column, anti-Kinsey crusader Judith Reisman reiterated her support of WND managing editor David Kupelian over the Scott Savage (manufactured) controversy, praising him for "nail[ing] Al Kinsey as the fraud who unleashed a catastrophic 'revolution,' leading Americans into 'wanton sexual anarchy disguised as freedom'" and because he "dared challenge 'academic' sex dogma!":
Why aren't the sex films of Kinsey, his Mrs. their friends and colleagues part of the tour? Why not screen the child rape images by Dr. Fritz von Balluseck, Kinsey's German Nazi pedophile, or the films provided by Rex King, one of Kinsey's many serial child rapists?
The OSM-U faculty would bury Kupelian's evidence that Kinsey is documented as a sexually harassing, sadomasochistic, bi/homosexual pornography and masturbatory addict who had 317-2,035 infants and children sexually tortured, often filmed, around the clock to prove infants have "orgasms" (see image below).
Reisman goes on to praise "The Marketing of Evil," "Kupelian's brave and brilliant book," adding, "Thanks to exposes like Kupelians, and Americans like Savage, that day of truth may forge another revolution altogether."
But as we've pointed out -- but Reisman does not admit -- much of Kupelian's Kinsey-bashing evidence in "The Marketing of Evil" came from Reisman herself. The image Reisman noted above is "Table 34," which she has often cited as evidence that Kinsey "solicited and encouraged pedophiles, at home and abroad, to sexually violate from 317 to 2,035 infants and children for his alleged data on normal 'child sexuality.'" In fact, as Poppy Dixon has noted, there is no evidence that Kinsey encouraged or facilitated sexual experiments on children since Kinsey's institute conducted no experiements. Even Reisman herself she has no evidence to support her regular claim that Kinsey was a pedophile.
Reisman is being dishonest in portraying Kupelian's anti-Kinsey writing as separate from and additional to her own when, in fact, it's a carbon copy. Perhaps that's why even the consrvative-leaning Canadian newspaper the National Post wrote in a editorial: "There is little reason to take Dr. Reisman seriously."