A research professor in the United States is cautioning the Freundel Stuart Administration to be careful what it lets into its school system.
While highlighting the work of homosexual scholar Alfred Kinsey, Director of the Child Protection Institute at Liberty University School of Law Dr Judith Reisman told the second annual Barbados Religious Rally on Family, Faith and Freedom at the Bay Street Esplanade last night that Kinsey’s theories have caused a remodelling of the sex laws and behaviours in the US.
Before the gathering that included Minister of Social Care Steve Blackett, the researcher further warned that comprehensive sexual education would lead to “drug abuse, alcohol abuse and everything else”, including higher rates of venereal diseases and AIDS, by “teaching [children] sexual perversions in order to turn them into little sexual deviants”.
She said before the emergence of false “sex science” data, the age of consent for most states in the US was 16 to 21 years old and rape was a felony that attracted the death penalty in 20 states and a life sentence in 22 others. Reisman also pointed out that statutory rape was a felony which attracted the death penalty in 16 states and life in most others.
She further noted that seduction and adultery would have brought prison and/or a fine in most states.
However, the US based researcher said all of that had now changed, meaning that convicted rapists could get away with a six month sentence in four states; a person found guilty of statutory rape is not imprisoned in two states and seduction is legal once there is consent.
She also noted that sodomy, which once brought with it prison terms or fines, was now legal and was being taught in schools.
The Director of the Child Protection Institute at Liberty University School of Law also warned that if Kinsey’s comprehensive sex education was embraced here, children as young as seven could have full responsibility for their sexual behaviour.
Reisman also quoted Judge Richard Posner who said in 2015 that the Kinsey reports revealed a greater amount of promiscuity than people realized, causing a “loosening of sexual mores [and] an increasing tolerance of homosexuals”.
After the conclusion of the rally, Blackett, who is also Minister of Ecclessiastical Affairs, told Barbados TODAY he agreed with Reisman’s presentation, particularly regarding the foreign “evils” that threaten to impact Barbados.
In fact, Blackett called on citizens to speak with one voice against the infiltration of foreign values and mores that could destabilize the traditional social and moral foundation on which the country is based.