Leave it to today's university system to celebrate one of the biggest professional child abusers of the 20th Century.
And this isn't some great scientist who had a troubled personal life. The science itself involved the sexual abuse and violation of children.
Matt Walsh details many of Kinsey's abuses in his book "What is a Woman?".
Indiana University is home to the Kinsey Institute and is celebrating the "scientific breakthroughs" of this highly controversial "researcher."
A new bronze sculpture memorializing Alfred C. Kinsey's significant and enduring contributions to Indiana University now sits on the Bloomington campus, marking the 75th anniversary of the institute that bears his name.
Kinsey revolutionized the scientific study of sexual behavior and provoked an international conversation about sexuality. He founded The Kinsey Institute, the world's leading sexuality research institute, in 1947.
That's the favorable version of events.
The more accurate version is that he and his team sexually experimented on minors and abused children in order to further a narrative about pre-pubescent children, even babies, being sexual creatures.
And in the year 2022, Indiana University isn't distancing itself from Kinsey.
They are putting up a statue of the man and celebrating his legacy.
The life-size bronze is the work of Melanie Cooper Pennington, a lecturer in sculpture in the IU Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design.
Isn't it interesting how we're tearing down statues of statesmen and military heroes like George Washington while we're erecting new statues of pedophiles and thugs?
The sculpture's installation on the Bloomington campus demonstrates the university's pride in the living legacy of research and academic freedom Kinsey helped to forge and the institute's ongoing commitment to equity regarding sexual diversity established by Kinsey's research.
"Around the nation and around the world, the Kinsey Institute is the trusted source for information on critical issues in human sexuality, relationships, gender and reproduction," IU President Pamela Whitten said during a dedication ceremony Thursday evening. "And its reputation for excellent, relevant scholarship bolsters Indiana University's reputation."
The man was a sexual abuser and a perverted "scientist."
The hero of today's Left.
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