The Words of the Kittel Family
The breakdown of the family and the degradation of the sexual relationship did not come about randomly or through unrelated events. Instead, it has been developed with one clear motive: to destroy the traditional two-parent family. In fact, there are key individuals and groups of people who have intentionally made effort to change the sexual views of our culture. Below is a list of some of the individuals and groups that have attempted to strip America and the world of sexual standards, changing the value of sex from a sacred act of love, to an act that is void of responsibility and love.
SIECUS (Sex Information and Education Council of the United States)
SIECUS has been the driving force behind the push for K-12 sex education for more than 30 years. As a breakaway group from Planned Parenthood, SIECUS moved into sex-ed. curricula with support from the Playboy Foundation. Today, it is partially funded by the federal government. SIECUS promotes comprehensive sex ed. that promotes contraception and condoms along with some discussion of "abstinence" including undressing each other, mutual masturbation, masturbation in front of your partner, and other "so-called abstinent" behaviors as described by SIECUS executive director Debra Hafner (Condom Nation, pp. 41-42).
Planned Parenthood has a similar approach to sex education as SIECUS; and is a strong supporter of birth control and abortion. Much of their profit derives from these two services. They are strong supporters of SIECUS, because the two have a similar philosophy based on sexual relativism: a philosophy that stresses sexual rights rather than sexual responsibility. Moreover, their philosophy supports their business as well as lifestyle beliefs and practices. For example, if a person has the right to have sex anytime, anywhere, with anyone, Planned Parenthood will definitely have more abortion patients and sell more contraceptives.
Planned Parenthood also supports condom distribution and "safer-sex" policies, which are not safe at all. Condom use can not protect against HPV (human papilloma virus), and 31% of those people who had sexual intercourse with an HIV infected partner were also infected, even though they wore a condom (Condom Nation, p.101).
Alfred Kinsey and the Kinsey Institute
Alfred Kinsey, often called the father of the sexual revolution, was involved in illegal experimentation on hundreds of children. This experimentation was part of a larger sex survey that was based on a non-representative group of Americans, including hundreds of sex criminals, prostitutes, prison inmates, and exhibitionists. His research claimed that children, even at the infant stage, had the need for sexual release. Because of this fraudulent research, Kinseys attempt of social "science" has led to one of the greatest hypocrisies in history: the pretense of providing safe-sex instructions to children while in reality advancing Kinseys agenda. The agenda: to manipulate data in order to convince the American public that sexually perverted practices were actually a social norm. Kinsey himself, has been accused of being a pedophile
Hugh Hefner, Playboy and the pornography industry
Hugh Hefner was a disciple of Kinseys research, and founded Playboy based on the philosophy that men do not necessarily need to commit themselves to a wife and family to satisfy their sexual needs. Playboy has funded SIECUS, due to the similarities in their beliefs regarding sexuality. The real truth about pornography is that even Playboys version of "soft porn" bears an enormous responsibility for the increasing rate of divorce, STDs, and sex crimes against women and children. Pornography is an $8 billion dollar per year business, and a lot of it is illegal. To stop the production of pornography, the law enforcement officials must be held accountable for upholding already existing laws.
Condom Nation: Blind Faith Bad Science" By: Richard A. Panzer
Kinsey, Sex and Fraud: the Indoctrination of a People" By: Judith A. Reisman & Edward W. Eichel
Soft Porn" Plays Hardball: Its Tragic Effects on Women, Children & Family" By: Judith A. Reisman, Ph.D.