Best in (Sex) Show: Submit Only if You Support Rape and Abuse
By Karen Rani on October 05, 2006
The Kinsey Institute has a call for artists, 18 and older, to submit to it's second annual juried erotic art show, which will take place April 13th - July 20th, 2007.
After previewing the pamphlet (PDF), I have to say the Kinsey Institute continues to rape people in the late Alfred Kinsey's name.
Submissions cost each artist $25 ($30 for two entries, $40 for three entries) plus pre-paid shipping. The one and only prize, besides being recognized by an Institute who's founder allegedly sexually tortured up to 2035 children, including some as young as 2 months of age, is $200, and the award of "Best in Show."
Don't know who Alfred Kinsey is? Read on as Marlow Shade explains and links to a report published by Robert Knight, director of the Culture and Family Institute, Concerned Women for America:
If like me you are wondering why the NEA and SEICUS are so motivated to sexualize our kids and rob them of the innocent idyll of childhood, here is a good place to start. Once you better understand Kinsey, his "inner life" and the agenda he created that has now permeated our schools and criminal justice system, you'll start to get an inkling of what a threat successful abstinence programs are to these shock troops of the Sexual Revolution.
Absolute Zero has posted an interview with Dr. Judith Reisman, the President of the Institute for Media Education, and author of Kinsey, Sex and Fraud and Kinsey, Crimes & Consequences. She discusses Alfred Kinsey's research in relation to today's sexualization of children:
The most compelling finding is probably how dependent the entire "field" of human sexuality is upon Kinsey and his reputation. I admit to being surprised that I found no real support at all in the academic world for these obvious, well documented findings. Despite evidence, smoking guns galore, the Kinsey Institute continues unhindered, financed by state, federal and private foundation money. Now the merger of Big Pharmacology, Big Pornography, Big Sexology and Big Media is a multi billion dollar corporate merger. The money made of sexual dysfunction, depression, disease, abortion, and all of the fallout from that in STD vaccines mandated for children, etc., makes Big Tobacco look like a nursery school party.
After all the reading I did for this piece, the only thing I would want to submit to this Institute would be a sculpture of Alfred Kinsey's testicles on a platter.
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