Dr Judith Reisman Blog
A Brief “Family” Anthropological Backgrounder: Fear and Yale’s Stinging Ants or thousands of years, across cultures, the most prosperous civil societies emerged from a working “family” structure of one faithful woman wed to one (faithful) man who, secure in his bloodline, provided for and protected his family and tried to leave some legacy for his progeny. […]
On February 13, 2012, Sun News Networks’ Michael Coren interviewed Dr. Judith Reisman, IAI’s Distinguished Senior Fellow in the Study of Social Trends, Human Rights, and Media Forensics. Watch the interview below.
Judith Reisman discusses the cultural and legal impact of the work of Alfred Kinsey, the mid-20th century scientist best-known for his books, “Sexual Behavior in the Human Male” and “Sexual Behavior in the Human Female.” Ms. Reisman is a Visiting Law Professor at Liberty University, and a guest lecturer in this course called “Sexual Behavior […]