Abortion advocates often hide behind the idea that if the procedure is legalized and normalized, then it is morally acceptable. Conservatives know better than this and continue to fight against pro-choice organizations such as Planned Parenthood.
The major family planning health organization has once again proven that it operates under no moral code, as it recently named Brandon Hill president and CEO for Planned Parenthood Great Plains, which works for Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Arkansas. Hill previously worked as a “fellow” researcher for the Kinsey Institute at the University of Indiana which is responsible for sexually abusing children as young as two months old in the 1940’s and 50’s “to obtain data about the sexual behavior of children.”
As “former executive director of a center for research into sexual issues,” Hill naturally supports previous research that suggests that sexual deviances such as pedophilia and bestiality are normal human behaviors.
Named after zoologist and sexologist Dr. Alfred C. Kinsey, the research institute supports the founder’s philosophy that cases of humans participating in disturbing sexual behaviors are indicative of naturally occurring desires in the average population and should be more widely accepted and decriminalized. His research suggests that “95% of men” often partake in “sexual crimes such as rape, sodomy, incest, homosexuality, adultery, public exposure, fornication, or other offenses,” a widely skewed statistic with the goal of normalizing these highly controversial behaviors.
Kinsey was also on a mission to prove that “children are ‘sexual from birth,’” and in doing so, overseeing the sexual assault of hundreds of children by ‘trained pedophiles,’ which provided ‘evidence’ explained in the series of experiments later referred to as Table 34.
He sought to prove that ‘adult-child sex is harmless, even beneficial,’ as children two months old to adolescent age were tortured, and their ‘excruciating pain’ was documented as ‘definite pleasure.’
Horrifically, the scientific ‘testing’ was somehow allowed, and data was used for decades to reduce sentences of sexual predators.
From 1952 to 1976, several state laws were amended as a result of Kinsey-based research being used in court. Sexual predators were asked to be given lighter sentences in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Oklahoma. In 1968, deranged lawmakers fought for the legalization of sodomy and Maine advocated for legal prostitution in 1976.
However, the most detrimental effect the Kinsey experiments had on children, besides the assaults from Table 43, was data being used from the institution which supported the ruling in Roe v. Wade, which determined that abortion was only dangerous to women and child when it is performed illegally.
Back to present day, Brandon Hill has announced that he is looking forward from switching fields “from reproductive research to advocacy.” Arguably, both terms are used inappropriately, as his career move has changed from defending ideologies of child sexual assault to infanticide.
The Kinsey Institute has further insisted that it is not an advocacy organization, but that of a research organization, despite having extremely controversial data released from its work, expressing the bias in which it seeks to spread.
The organization to this day claims that “ten percent of the U.S. population was homosexual,” despite further research proving that number to be as low as two percent.
Once again claiming that abortion only affects pregnant women, Hill will be working alongside other child murderers, a dangerous thought for the pro-life fight.
It is important to note that since the 1940’s Kinsey researchers have used data pools which do not represent normal populations but instead used data from individuals such as prisoners and other sexual predators and pedophiles.
The current danger in Hill’s position is that he may use ‘data’ obtained from Kinsey research to fight against unborn children’s rights, as has been done in the past, along with pardoning other immoral behavior.
Despite Hill’s ties with the organization, Planned Parenthood has announced its excitement for the new regional president, beginning in February, claiming that Hill will provide a unique perspective in fighting for reproductive rights.
Also attributing his success to his experience in working as the Executive Director of the Center for Interdisciplinary Inquiry and Innovation in Sexual and Reproductive Health in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Chicago and as a counselor of Planned Parenthood in this past, Chair of the Board of Directors of Planned Parenthood Great Plaines, Marjorie Sable is regarding Hill as a “national expert.”
It is extremely hypocritical that Planned Parenthood would stand behind Hill, considering that Kinsey was known to fight for male predators who have sexually assaulted women, thus creating the statute of limitations that now exists for which women now have limited time to report a sexual assault.
Kinsey further spoke of “the female desire to be raped,” suggesting the sexual repression of women and the male’s duty to live up to this expectation. When taken seriously, research from the Kinsey Institute has proven to be harmful to women and children alike, though Planned Parenthood is welcoming with open arms a man who stands behind the unethically obtained data.
Women who support Planned Parenthood are unlikely to care about Kinsey experiments that harmed children, however, they should take seriously the harm that has come about from more lenient sentencing for sexual predators against women, thanks to corresponding research. If anything, Hill will actively go against the women’s movement and is sure to result in additional lives lost from abortion.