New Planned Parenthood President Works at Kinsey Institute, Named for Man Who Sexually Abused Children

National   Steven Ertelt   Feb 2, 2018   |   12:58PM    Washington, DC

The Planned Parenthood abortion business has hired a new president and CEO. No this is not the replacement for Cecile Richards in the national headquarters, but this is a replacement for the CEO of Planned Parenthood’s affiliate in the Midwest.

The abortion company hired Brandon Hill to head up its affiliate that covers the states of Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma and Arkansas.

He’ll is the former executive director of a center for Research into sexual issues. But his ties with the Kinsey Institute at the University of Indiana or raised a number of pro-life eyebrows. The Kinsey Institute has a sordid history and its namesake is known for its connections to pedophilia and sexual abuse.

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The regional office of Planned Parenthood has selected a new president and CEO.

Brandon Hill, formerly executive director of the Center for Interdisciplinary Inquiry and Innovation in Sexual and Reproductive Health at the University of Chicago, assumed the role on Thursday.

Hill says he’s eager to move from reproductive research to advocacy.

“I think we’re in a particularly critical time in this political landscape to where I couldn’t just stay in my lab,” Hill says.

Hill is also a research fellow at the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction at Indiana University, and he has a history of work as a clinic counselor for Planned Parenthood. He holds a Ph.D. in gender studies from Indiana University.

Dr. Alfred Kinsey authored the “Kinsey Reports” in 1948 and 1953. These reports were the basis for a sexual revolution that promoted and sanctioned pedophelia. Kinsey’s research was disproportionally based on surveys of prison inmates, sex offenders, and prostitutes.

The pro-life group Concerned Women for America once issued a report titled A Nation Deceived that further chronicled Kinsey. It said: “To obtain data about the sexual behavior of children, Dr. Kinsey worked with trained pedophiles who sexually abused hundreds of children (as young as two months) to prove to the world that infants, toddlers, and juveniles could enjoy sex pre-puberty with the help of an adult. Their sexual torture was recorded as pleasure.”

“Instead of being lionized, Kinsey’s proper place is with Nazi doctor Josef Mengele or your average Hollywood horror flick mad scientist,” Robert Knight of Concerned Women of America’s Culture & Family Institute said.

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Knight calls Kinsey the godfather of the “campaign to strike down abortion laws,” adding, “he was a sexual revolutionary masquerading as an objective scientist.”

Meanwhile Focus on the Family and other groups blame Kinsey for ushering in an era of sex education that has led to promiscuity and abortion on demand.

Pro-Life attorney Matt Barber has previously written about Kinsey.

Even today, most are completely unaware that during his tenure at Indiana University, Kinsey facilitated, with stopwatches and ledgers, the systematic sexual abuse of hundreds, if not thousands, of children and infants – all in the name of science.

Among other things, Kinsey asserted that children are “sexual from birth.” He further concluded, based upon experiments he directed and documented in his infamous Table 34, that adult-child sex is harmless, even beneficial, and described child “orgasm” as “culminating in extreme trembling, collapse, loss of color, and sometimes fainting. …” Many children suffered “excruciating pain,” he observed, “and [would] scream if movement [was] continued.” Some “[would] fight away from the [adult] partner and may make violent attempts to avoid climax, although they derive[d] definite pleasure from the situation.”

Yeah. Sounds like it.

It’s little wonder that Dr. Reisman identifies Kinsey as a “sexual psychopath.” These children were as young as 2 months old.

Planned Parenthood kills children in abortions so it’s not too surprising that Hill is a research fellow at the Kinsey Institute, named for a man who sexually abused them.