posted on May, 6 2017 @ 05:20 PM
a reply to: anonentity
Kinsey certainly didn't liberalize sex, humans themselves managed to do that years before. Kinsey merely interviewed individuals who reported to him
their own sexual experiences, in other words, they confessed to him the deep dark secrets that no one talked about before.
Just because people didn't boast of their sexual conquest does not mean they were celibate, quite the opposite, the roaring 20's were not roaring
because no one was having sex, trip the light fantastic didn't necessarily refer to just dancing.
Promiscuity among humans wasn't born after the Kinsey report, again unwanted pregnancies while maybe not pervasive was not uncommon either, families
sent daughters away to other cities to give birth and then placed those babies up for adoption never to speak of it again. Homosexuality has been
around for since forever so no liberalization of laws made it more or less prevalent but helped remove the stigma that religion placed upon it.
Other STD's and AIDS (when they did not know what it was) is not a result of Kinsey's work but a result of the booming population in the world from
normal procreation. You are right it does not matter what you think as it is completely off base and typical of backwards religious rhetoric. The 50's
were not all Leave it to Beaver and other television fantasy as you seem to think but simply more restrictive as to what people admitted to because
of a social stigma relating to normal human behavior which is witnessed by the very fact that humans are still alive and kicking, just not with as
much baggage as we use to hide in the closets