More and more campuses are offering "academic" courses on
pornography, in which boys and girls must jointly watch X-rated films,
view Internet porn and visit sex shops.
At Wesleyan University, Prof. Hope Weissman requires students to do a
pornography performance, make a sex film, or write a pornographic story.
"Sexprofs" often have sex "stars" visit the classroom as credible
New York University, UMass-Amherst, Penn State, Vanderbilt,
Northwestern, San Francisco State, UCLA, UC Berkeley, UC Santa Barbara
and Arizona State are among the schools luring our children into
pornography—which sometimes becomes a "career move."
Pornography not only coarsens viewers’ feelings, it endangers others on
whom users act out their delusions. Pornography literally reshapes the
human brain. Neuroscientist Dr. Gary Lynch says, "[A]n event which lasts
half a second[,] within five to ten minutes has produced a structural
change that is in some ways as profound as the structural changes…in
University of Pennsylvania psychologist Mary Ann Layden warns that
pornography is often "a permanently implanted addictive substance" and
that "it’s even harder for the porn addict to go into remission than the
Addiction isn’t the only danger. "If you want sexual violence on
campus," Dr. Layden states, "you can tutor it using pornographic movies"
in class. Pornography teaches dangerous myths, e.g., that women and
children like being raped and sodomized. Typical pornographic sex crimes
find males, aroused by the films, performing the types of rape just
But pornography classes aren’t the only way campuses are sexually
abusing young people. At Indiana University, pornographers recently shot
part of an X-rated movie on campus. A sex industry spokesman bragged
that 20 to 30 male and female students had signed up to "act" in the
Campus pornography production is one of many sexual ills that Indiana
University foisted on society. Fifty years ago IU was home to "sexual
freedom" crusader and closet pornographer, Alfred Kinsey, a
bi/homosexual sadomasochist who coerced his select male staff, their
wives and his wife to illegally perform sex acts for his "erotic film
Kinsey’s "research" (including the sexual abuse/torture of 317 infants
and children) became the "scientific" basis for the fraudulent sexology
that displaced Judeo-Christian sexual ethics in our schools,
kindergarten through college.
In 2003 the Kinsey Institute is celebrating 50 years of Kinsey’s Female
report by screening its "erotic" film collection (although apparently
censoring the performances of the Mr. and Mrs. Kinsey, his team and
A new breed of professors called "sexologists" has spent the past 50
years promoting Kinsey’s pornographic "anything goes" ideology.
In 1950, America’s illegitimacy and divorce rates were low. Today, both
are off the charts.
- In 1950, America’s illegitimacy and divorce rates were low. Today,
both are off the charts.
- In 1950 there were two main venereal diseases. Today there are
about 40, several of which can kill. After 50 years of "sexology,"
8,000 teenagers are daily diagnosed with VD. One out of every four
"sexually active" teens gets VD annually. One in four adults now
- In 1950, pornographers were jailed. Today, X-rated films crowd
your cable TV channels and neighborhood video stores.
- In 1950 children freely wandered almost anywhere. In 1999, 58,200
children were abducted by people outside the family. Many were raped
and some murdered.
Who’s responsible for this devastation? The number one culprits are
America’s universities. They hired, accredited and promoted teachers of
the Kinsey-spawned pseudo-science, sexology. (If our campuses had hired
such frauds to teach engineering, no building constructed since 1950
would still be standing.)
Despite the mayhem, the sexologists and "sexprofs" keep abusing young
minds. Academics attend sex industry conventions, giving "scholarly"
talks to justify the $14-billion industry’s unchecked spewing of toxins
Taxpayers should insist that public universities give the sexologists
and "sexprofs" the boot. Lawmakers should de-credential the "sexperts"
and de-fund the campuses that harbor them. Alumni should stop giving
money to those schools. And parents should sue schools that inject
pornographic sex into their children’s minds.
Colleges should give students an education, not an addiction.
Dr. Reisman is author of Kinsey, Crimes & Consequences. She lives in
Sacramento, California. Her website is