Indiana University has erected a sculpture honoring pedophile-defending sex researcher Alfred Kinsey, who laid the groundwork for the rise of LGBT insanity with his demented teachings.
The Kinsey Institute was founded in 1947 and its executive director Justin Garcia celebrated the new sculpture as an example of Indiana University’s “ongoing commitment to equity regarding sexual diversity.” Kinsey worked at Indiana University starting in 1920 where he did much of his controversial research.
Kinsey believed that children who were raped by pedophiles were not abused. He said that pedophiles who used children for “adult gratification” were helping children discover their “own authentic and autonomous sexuality,” Kinsey also did not want pedophilia to be criminalized.
The University of Indiana has unveiled a statue