Nearly 60 Years After His Death, Alfred Kinsey's Pansexual Worldview Takes Root in Marriage DecisionsThurgood Marshall School of Law Journal on Gender, Race, and Justice (2016)
In Obergefell v. Hodges, the United States Supreme Court joined the Fourth, Seventh, Ninth, and Tenth circuit courts of appeal in overturning state statutes and constitutional amendments that memorialized the definition of marriage as one man and one woman.3 In so doing, the courts purport to replace a millennia old institution based upon the inherent complementarity and biological realities of human beings with an artificial social construct based upon the fraudulent, criminal child sexual abuse “scientific” research of Alfred C. Kinsey4 and the international institute that bears his name.
Citation InformationJudith A. Reisman. "Nearly 60 Years After His Death, Alfred Kinsey's Pansexual Worldview Takes Root in Marriage Decisions" Thurgood Marshall School of Law Journal on Gender, Race, and Justice (2016)
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