A Witness at the Sexuality 2012 Conference Exposes Disturbing Insider Details on Bringing About Further Sexual Change

The event was held on Thursday, September 27 from 6:30pm to 11:00pm at Apulent at the Shilshole Bay Beach Club in Seattle. Speakers included Dr. Pepper Schwartz, professor of Sociology at the University of Washington, Clayton Hibbert, Director of the Seattle Erotic Art Festival, Jeff Hedgpeth, Director of Grants Programming at Pride Foundation, and Dr. Julia R. Heiman, Director of The Kinsey Institute and a professor at Indiana University.

Tickets were $200/person for the full event (6:30pm to 11:00pm), including gourmet three-course dinner and drinks, panel discussion, and more. Or you could choose to sponsor an entire table for 8 people. Cost was $1,600. All proceeds benefited The Kinsey Institute and the Foundation for Sex Positive Culture (both are 501c3 nonprofits).


Below are notes from an attendee…

Sexuality 2012 Research, Activism, and Social Change

“A groundbreaking panel discussion and gourmet dinner with leadership from The Kinsey Institute, Foundation for Sex Positive Culture, Pride Foundation, and TorProject, who are joining forces for the FIRST TIME”

Featured speakers are listed on the website, name of the security specialist Jacob Appelbaum Social Activist and Developer, Tor Project the Kinsey Institute apparently hired to create the Kinsey App. So that all sex crimes are unable to be traced by the FBI, etc., See below I had a mole at the conference. Kinsey Reporter mobile app: A new method for collecting sex data …
https://slate.com›human-interest›2012/09›kinsey-reporter-mobile-app…
”Sep 11, 2012 – Can A Kinsey Mobile App Help Expand Sex Research Beyond Frisky … A new app encourages citizen sex researchers to kiss and text.” Eye-witness account of the 2012 conference; my witness is anonymous, a “right” claimed by conference attendees. There should be records of the events and statements as she recorded them.

  • 28 references to children’s need for sexual freedom — no need for protection cited.
  • 19 references to “anonymous” and “anonymity” as a right in sex surveys and reports
  • 3 references to the FBI as problematic for sex survey efforts

Kinsey Institute director, Dr. Julia Heiman says she “cannot separate” herself from the Kinsey institute. Kinsey institute is trying to maximize anonymity for people in other countries. Her position is to protect anonymity to the max to protect people from the “FBI.”

Heiman: would like to do this electronically but that’s “much more difficult” in part because”if you have information about whether anyone has sexually abused a child or not, you have to give those records over,” indeed “if anyone suspects you have that information, they can come and subpoena all your records.”So obviously this discourages people from giving this information. As a result, “fighting for the right of information to remains private is a hugely important aspect of the research they’re doing right now.” Right now the Kinsey Institute has to “be careful about what kind of information they can accept” so they don’t get subpoenaed. (Witness comments: IN other words,with better privacy protections, they can receive information from child molesters and do “research’on that data without having to worry about turning it over to the authorities.)

This was taped, I am unsure of where I have the tape, but all of the conference should be available via a Subpoena.

Moderator: “privacy and anonymity are fundamental aspects of personal freedom.” [3:44]

“One of the most fundamental human rights, I think, that all of us have is the right to choose what we reveal about ourselves, and how when we experiment and we learn about ourselves,and we create ourselves, that we choose to reveal that and then that choice is respected.” [10:55-11:10] …
surveillance takes away our ability to basically make choices freely.” [11:30-11:35]

They want to “remove shame from sexuality.” [14:40-14:45]

Where he grew up as a Christian in Idaho, sexuality was “nothing but shameful.”

He thinks right now we’re in a “sexual renaissance”.

The Moderator notes that 10-15 years ago we couldn’t have had this conversation. He’s advocating for the “sexual renaissance that we’re in the midst of” and “to remove shame from sexuality and to create a world where our children aren’t brought up with the shame that they are brought up with now.”Moderator notes that “liberal parents end up unconsciously” bringing children up with shame.

Dr. Heiman says she “cannot separate” herself from the Kinsey institute.

Kinsey institute is trying to maximize anonymity for people in other countries.

Her position is to protect anonymity to the max to protect people from the “FBI.”

They’re concerned about anonymity in Uganda where they’re trying to make it a crime to practice homosexuality.

“Privacy is a necessary because we don’t live in a society that is free from stratification and privilege.”[25:25]

Lack of anonymity “might destroy your career, it might destroy your family relations.”

“In a sex positive world, we’d all have the ability to be fully self-expressed, exactly how we want to be, how we’re still not there yet, and we’re still working towards that. And until then, if you can be out, be out, but if not, don’t risk it and pay attention to things like Facebook.” (27:25)

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