Dr. Judith Reisman, whom we profiled recently, is now reported to be in a new sex-fueled frenzy.
Some time right after our profile appeared, Dr. Reisman’s online collection of wonderfully explicit dirty pictures, which she produced so that the public could recognize what to avoid looking at, was removed from her web site. Or perhaps she has not removed the collection. It is possible that Dr. Reisman has covered it up, or perhaps she has moved it to a less prominent part of her web site. In the latter case, you will have to go digging to find it.
This may or may not be part of the aforementioned new frenzy. To learn about that, read a report in the November 22, 2004 issue of the Washington Post. Here is a taste of that report, which was written by Alan Cooperman. It describes a campaign being mounted by self-admittedly moral groups who say they deplore the new film about sex research pioneer Alfred C. Kinsey:
Prominent among them is Judith Reisman, author of the 1991 book
"Kinsey, Sex and Fraud." Citing her work, Concerned Women for America,
the nation’s largest women’s group, has encouraged its members to go to
theaters and politely hand out leaflets that accuse Kinsey, who died in
1956, of committing child sexual abuse as well as scientific fraud.
Reisman noted that she had seen only the first 15 minutes of the film
because the producers cut off a private screening in Los Angeles as
soon as they learned she was in the audience. But she said she closely
followed the movie’s filming and was certain it was "a coverup."
Dr. Reisman is trying to draw attention to the new movie. We wish her well, and hope, for her sake, that she succeeds in her efforts.