(Chart statistics provided by the Medical Institute for Sexual Health)
Kinsey and the Homosexual Revolution
Dr. Alfred C. Kinsey's contention that Americans are 10%-47%, more
or less, homosexual was seized upon by Harry Hay, the father of the
homosexual "civil rights" movement, urging that homosexuality be seen
no longer as an act of sodomy but as the defining element of a
minority class. Dr. Reisman asks, 'But what if all of Kinsey's work
was fraudulent, or worse? What if it reflects unethical scientists
conducting unprosecuted criminal acts?'
Now for Some Good News
Femintists helped launch the Sexual Revolution. Later, the costs of
this event emerged: divorce, abortion, disease, etc. Women had even
learned to trade sex for love. The author shows recent evidence that
more and more young people are disagreeing with the assumptions
behind sexual liberation.
Romances with Wolves
This Every Student's Choice article is a very personal account of one man's regret
over premarital sex, and his decision to abstain from sex until marriage. He gives his
top ten reasons why he has decided to wait.
Safe Sex and the Facts
Raymond G. Bohlin, Ph.D.
It is estimated that 1 in 5 Americans between
the ages of 15 and 55 are currently infected with one or more viral STDs, and 12
million Americans are newly infected each year.
Raymond G. Bohlin, Ph.D.
Sexual purity is not an old biblical idea that has lost its
usefulness. It is a timeless principle with 21st century
consequences if ignored.
Hard Truths About the Culture War
Pornography is one of the battlefields in the war for our culture.
Set Free to Follow Christ
The personal story of a man struggling with sexual addiction.
The Gay Gene?
Jefferey Satinover, M.D.
On July 15, 1993, National Public Radio (NPR) made a dramatice
announcement on stations across the country. Was a team of
scientists at the National Institutes of Health on the trail of a
gene that causes homosexuality? Their report would be published
the next day in "Science," one of two most prestigious research
journals in the world. In order to understand what is really going
on, Dr. Satinover explains some little-known features of the emerging
study of behavioral genetics.
Book Excerpt: A Freedom Too Far
Dr. Charles Socarides
The following passage is reprinted from Dr. Socarides'
book, A Freedom Too Far. Here we listen in on a lively,
sometimes wryly humorous conversation about the changes in our
culture and universities since the gay-rights movement came to