Wasn't Kinsey Freudian? If he was, then that's the first damage, we could say, the significant precursor. Freud had this notion called determinism, which means that, if X is your past, then an X future is inevitable, thus denying the reverse possibility afforded by individual choice. Someone who was sexually molested, for example, may inevitably become a sex abuser himself, having modeled 'reality' and what's 'normal' after a ghastly event early in life; however, the same person can also resort to a vast repertoire of reactions. Let's be theoretical: if children were to be sexually molested in the lab like Drosophila flies (fruit flies), it is indeed likely that all of them would turn gay, pedophile, pederast, sex addict/maniac, etc. but some, at a certain point, can actually choose to think and decide that they don't want to -- because human beings are no automatons; at their redeemed best, they develop creative, independent minds capable of transcending the ego after all the growing up is done.
This point is only briefly and tangentially touched upon in Dr. Reisman's talk, obviously due to time constraint and the major focus of the talk veering towards generalities in connection to antilife legislations. We need to point out, however, that the talk's comprehensiveness is already amazing: only three hours and we hear sexual, media, political, legislative, cultural, social, religious, and spiritual matters. Where else can anyone hear keywords such as Kinsey, Baal, Nazism, homosexuality, Catholic seminaries, Bible Christian preachers,devil-worship, pornography, Islamic terrorism, pedophilia, pederasty, United Nations, Freemasonry, Rockefeller Foundation, Guttmacher Institute, sex education, papal bulls/encyclicals, abortion, birth control, Marian apparitions, end times, etc., all the sacred and the extremely profane assembling together under one tent? Nowhere else but in prolife talks such as this. (I had a foretaste of this upon attending a talk by Dr. Telly Somera.) This attendee can't be grateful enough, although I had mental indigestion and emotional anguish after realizing what Kinsey actually did to his subject children.
Nevertheless, there are two more essential things missing in the picture: the state of family life, and by extension, community life. I wish a discussion was added of a loving family environment as a concomitant factor, because such a domestic environment has the capacity to spell the difference. Balanced, loving families are more likely to foster wholeness in children, instead of all sorts of dysfunctions. Let us not forget, for example, that for homosexuality to become a full-blown complex, it needs the component of not just premature and perverse sexualization but also a perception of abuse, neglect, and especially, rejection during the formative years, plus the ensuing addiction to self-pity that the person with inclination later resorts to. In case of pedophilia, there seems to be the necessity of a traumatic loss of sexual innocence for it to become a reality. In the movie Kinsey, Kinsey's father was depicted as a harsh cleric, if I'm not mistaken.
The other factor is the consumerist economy that is increasingly anti-family due to economic insecurity, loss of jobs/livelihood, and resultant penury, all factors aggravating the chances of having a troubled home and broken family.
These three elements, which I wish were included in the talk, make it perversely logical for societies around the world to delay marriage, avoid having children to devote one's life to the rat race, resort to contraception and, failing that, abortion, and perpetuate the almighty, multi-$$$ "sex industrial complex" that Reisman talked about. (How do we procure a copy of her books? :S)