In 1950's America, when decency, honesty and morality were the way of life, seeds of corruption were quietly being sown by a handful of evil men. Within two generations, homosexuality became commonplace and pornography a national pastime. Clearly, AMERICA has LOST her INNOCENCE! But how did this happen? How did America go from innocent to explicit in only four decades? The answer?
- Alfred Kinsey ~ Father of the Sexual Revolution
- Hugh Hefner ~ Pioneer of Pornography
- Mary Calderone ~ Founder of Sex Education
- Margaret Sanger ~ Champion of Abortion
- Mafia ~ Purveyors of Smut
- Entertainment Industry ~ Pied Pipers of Immorality
In How America Lost Her Innocence, Steve Gallagher vividly tells the story of a handful of chosen individuals through whom Satan found a way to influence an entire nation for evil. The result is not only historical, but a spiritually insightful uncovering of the unseen forces behind America's sexual revolution.
I Had No Idea, Pastor Chris, IN
“I have just finished reading How America Lost Her Innocence. I graduated from Indiana University, which is where Alfred Kinsey is from. I had no idea until I read Steve's book, how twisted Kinsey's research was and how it affected the American culture!”
Fascinating Study, Brandon, MI
“A fascinating study on how pornography infiltrated America in the last 50 years.”
This brief "gift" style hardcover book provides more detail than one would expect from such a short treatment of the history of America's sexual revolution. Written from a Christian perspective, this book just may open your eyes to the main topics covered which I list here from the Table of Contents:
1. The Emergence of the Sexual Subculture in America
2. The Sexual Revolution
3. The Sex-For-Sale Industry
4. The Sexploitation of Youth
In this brief overview, author Steve Gallagher of Pure Life Ministries informs the reader about Alfred Kinsey's "research" and his influence within academia and the emergence of Sex Education within our government education system. The reader then learns about Hugh Hefner, the originator of Playboy and its subsequent competitors such as Hustler and Penthouse. In the chapter on Sex-For-Sale, the author discusses the emergence of various forms of pornography, including distribution via the Internet. He ends his brief treatment of the history of America's sexual revolution, discussing the impact on young people in the final chapter.
This book is clearly and tastefully written, a definite eye-opener and one every parent should consider owning, particularly due to the enormous size of the industry. Angela J. Zaev (Greater DC Region)