Remembering Dr. Judith Reisman

Renowned researcher, author, historian and teacher Dr. Judith Reisman left this earth for her heavenly home on Friday, April 9, 2021. Dr. Reisman dedicated much of her career to successfully laying the foundations for exposing the harm of pornography and deconstructing the work of Alfred Kinsey.

Her work of uncovering and documenting systemic perversion by well-funded efforts in academia, politics, business and media sheds light on what spawned the "sexual from birth" dogma. Dr. Reisman's reports and testimony as an expert witness in cases worldwide have proved instrumental in exposing the spread of Kinseyan sexuality.

Dr. Reisman served as a research professor at Liberty University School of Law in Lynchburg, Virginia, which houses her archive of over 40 years of research. She completed a comprehensive analysis as a consultant to the United States Department of Justice which provided empirical evidence of child pornography in print media.

Dr. Reisman leaves behind an incredible legacy as an advocate of parental rights and a protecter of children. Her cheerful demeanor and apparent joy despite difficult challenges and circumstances made her an invaluable individual in the fight against radical sex education and the oversexualization of our culture.

As a member of Abstinence Clearinghouse's National Advisory Council, Dr. Reisman's relationship with Abstinence Clearinghouse Founder Leslee Unruh resulted in a life-long friendship. The friendship led to the creation of The Casualties of Kinsey and decades of collaboration raised the bar on behalf of youth and families.