Kinsey Film Pushes The Religious Right's Buttons!

Kinsey film pushes the religious right's buttons!Check out this debate between Kristi Hamrick from "Focus on the Family" and Rev. Debra Haffner from t

A picture named kihi1065.jpegKinsey film pushes the religious right's buttons!

Check out this debate between Kristi Hamrick from "Focus on the Family" and Rev. Debra Haffner from the "Religious institute on Sexual morality."

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Hamrick: Kinsey embraced the mind of the sex offender. His research was a fraud!

Haffner: Kristi knows most of that is not true. He broke a silence in America about sexuality!

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Religious right to seek legislation to punish Hollywood? Today's Washington Post reports on the radical right's attack on the new movie about Kinsey. What the Post fails to report is that the freaks have been trying to smear Kinsey for at least ten years. They hope that by undermining the father of the sexual revolution they can undermine sex itself. Kind of a large point to miss, but oh well.

In any case, check out this little admission from Robert Knight, the chief anti-gay bigot of the religious right. Sounds like they now want to get laws passed by Congress that somehow punishes Hollywood every time it makes a movie the religious right doesn't like.

I'm serious folks, it's time to strike back, hard, against these little Hitlers.

Robert Knight, director of the conservative Culture and Family Institute in Washington, said evangelical Christian and Roman Catholic groups also want to bring to bear the political clout they demonstrated in the presidential election.

"Just as Reagan was not content to contain communism but announced a rollback, pro-family organizations are not content to protest the latest outrage anymore, but will seek legislation and will punish sponsors of lewd entertainment," he said.

Knight acknowledged, however, that some opponents of the Kinsey film may be reluctant to try to punish its distributor, Fox Searchlight, owned by conservative media mogul Rupert Murdoch.

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