First Waver: Judith Reisman, Ph.D.

The woman who exposed Alfred Kinsey.

Judith Reisman First Waver explanation

The unique research of Judith Reisman, PhD, is causing a reexamination of the very basis of the so-called Sexual Revolution. She conclusively demonstrated the flaws in Alfred Kinsey’s research that, until Dr. Reisman’s research, stood as “Gospel truth” to many. Dr. Reisman highlighted the indefensible Kinsey sexual experiments on children and babies by sexual molesters or pedophiles. The youngest of the victims was just two months old. Dr. Riesman correctly noted that such experimentation was not research but evidence of a crime.


Dr. Reisman’s highly publicized work documenting the use of child images in the popular porn magazines Playboy, Penthouse, and Hustler received its measure of criticism from the porn industry and its allies but resulted in the wholesale elimination of such images, including Hustler’s long-running cartoon series, “Chester the Molester.” Dr. Reisman is the author of many scholarly articles and notable books, including Sexual Sabotage; Kinsey: Crime and Consequences; and Soft Porn Plays Hardball. She has previously served as Associate Professor at the University of Haifa in Israel, and as Full Professor at American University in Washington, DC. Dr. Reisman currently serves as Director of the Liberty Child Protection Center at Liberty University School of Law.

Visit Dr. Reisman’s website here.



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