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The World League for Sexual Reform (WLSR) was founded in 1928 by the organizers and attendees of the Congress for Sexual Reform, an international activist hub, uniting prominent Leftist intellectuals from around the world. Both the Congress and World League were a who’s who of pioneers in various fields, including birth control, abortion, sex education, transgenderism, and gay rights. Many of the WLSR’s members played leading roles in sexual revolutions around the world.
The WLSR claimed to campaign for “sexual openness” and laid out their aims in a ten-point plan:
- Economic, political, and sexual equality of men and women
- Secularization and reform of laws on marriage and divorce
- Birth control to make birth voluntary and responsible
- Eugenic birth selection
- Protection of unmarried mothers and “illegitimate children”
- Rational understanding of intersex people and homosexuals.
- Comprehensive sex education
- Reforms to eliminate the dangers of prostitution
- Treating sexual abnormalities medically, rather than “as crimes, vices or sins”
- Legalization of sexual acts between consenting adults, while criminalizing sexual acts without consent, or acts upon minors and the mentally disabled; distinguishing crime from vice.
This essentially boils down to:
- Undermining marriage, monogamy, and the family
- Undermining Christianity
- Disrupting fertility (via abortion and contraception)
- Indoctrinating children
The WLSR held congresses in Copenhagen (1928), London (1929), Vienna (1930), and Brno (1932). Additional congresses were planned but disrupted by the rise of Fascism. They hosted a plethora of influential speakers, covering topics such as “The Failure of Monogamy” and “The Right to Abortion.” These speakers included:
- Harry Benjamin, an internationally influential “sexologist” and transgenderism pioneer.
- Felix Abraham, who performed the world’s first sex-change operation in 1931.
- Norman Zions, Britain’s most prominent sexologist, a lecturer at Oxford and Cambridge universities.
- Charles Vickery Drysdale, founder of the UK’s Family Planning Association and a friend of Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood.
- Marie Stopes, founder of the first birth control clinic in Britain, another friend of Margaret Sanger.
- Ernst Gräfenberg, inventor of intra-uterine device (IUD) birth control, also a friend of Margaret Sanger.
- George Bernard Shaw, influential playwriter and a prominent Fabian Society member.
- Bertrand Russell, renowned gay rights activist and Fabian Socialist (of the London School of Economics).
- Dora Black, feminist socialist who founded the Workers’ Birth Control Group with fellow Fabians H. G. Wells and John Maynard Keynes.
- Other speakers included members of the British Communist Party, ANTIFA and Republican (Spanish civil war) activists, Freudian psychologists, more transgenderism pioneers, etc., etc.
- Albert Einstein was associated with the League, but not a speaker.
The WSLR had three presidents:
- Auguste-Henri Forel, a psychiatrist, eugenicist, and sexologist, who was responsible for co-founding neuron theory.
- Havelock Ellis, an influential sexologist who pioneered theories on transgender psychology, child sexuality, and more. Ellis was also a Vice-President of the Eugenics Society and prominent member of the Fellowship of the New Life, the occult, socialist think tank that founded the globally-influential Fabian Society. Karl Marx’s daughter, Eleanor, was also a member of the Fellowship of the New Life and the Fabian Society.
Note: The Fabian Society founded the British Labour Party in 1900.
- Magnus Hirschfeld, who organized the first Congress for Sexual Reform in 1921, founded the WLSR and was, by far, the organization’s most influential figure…
In 1919, Hirschfeld founded the world’s first “sexology” institute in Berlin. The Institute of Sexology, alongside the Congress and World League for Sexual Reform, were the nexus of a massive global network of “sex research” and LGBT activism, the influence of which spanned from the United States to the USSR. Hirschfeld’s institute was predominantly staffed by LGBT people and home to a multitude of prominent Feminists, Socialists, Marxists, and so on. People such as Walter Benjamin and Ernst Bloch, close associates of the Frankfurt School, took up permanent residence in the institute’s rentable rooms and offices.
Under Lenin, the USSR sent numerous envoys to the Institute of Sexology, including the Soviet Commissar for Health. The Bolshevik regime had enacted a sexual revolution immediately after taking power in 1917. This included the legalization of homosexuality, transgenderism, abortion, birth control, and divorce, as well as the promotion of feminism and sexual liberation. The impact of this sexual revolution was devastating; by the mid-1920s, Soviet hospitals were so congested with abortion patients that they had to open specialized abortion clinics. All of these policies were at least partially reversed in the 1930s, when Stalin took power and attempted to stabilize the decaying mess of an empire that he had inherited. Although, the USSR did continue to promote many feminist and egalitarian ideals.
The Institute of Sexology is most renowned for pioneering transgenderism: Hirschfeld coined the term “transvestite” in 1910, “trans-sexual” in 1923, and the first sex-change operation was performed at the institute in 1931. In response to the rise of “gender theory” in the 1950s, John F. Oliven, a psychiatrist from the University of Columbia (home to Franz Boas, the father of race-denialism), changed the term “trans-sexual” to “trans-gender” in 1965. This new terminology was subsequently popularized by Harry Benjamin, a close associate of Magnus Hirschfeld who had moved to the United States in 1914. Benjamin played a significant role in changing Western attitudes towards the treatment of transgender peoples, encouraging them to seek sex-reassignment, rather than treating them as mentally ill schizophrenics. He founded an organization that would later evolve into the World Professional Association for Transgender Health.
The modern conception of “gender” (that it is distinct and separate from biological sex) was invented in 1955 by an award-winning scientist named John Money, who was a pedophile. Money is best known for reassigning the sex of a baby named David Reimer, who, unfortunately, lost his penis in a failed circumcision operation. Reimer was castrated, placed on hormone therapy, and forced to live as a girl. During fully-naked “genital examinations,” Money forced David and his twin brother Brian to rehearse sexual acts, while he photographed them. Money justified this by claiming that “childhood ‘sexual rehearsal play'” was important for a “healthy adult gender identity.” He also argued that pedophilia was “not pathological in any way,” as long as the “relationship” was mutually “loving.” David developed severe depression, and Brian developed schizophrenia. Both committed suicide as adults. Money is celebrated in the scientific community to this day, and his theories are used by governing bodies around the world, including the United Nations’ World Health Organization. In 2002, Money won the Magnus Hirschfeld Medal.
It should be noted that there was a significant overlap between the eugenics movement and the “sexual openness” movement that was centered around the Institute of Sexology. Hirschfeld himself praised British scientists as “distinguished pioneers in eugenics,” and many “Sexual Reform” activists worked hand-in-hand with eugenicists, like Margret Sanger, who founded Planned Parenthood. Although the term ‘eugenics’ is now synonymous with “Evil Nazi Aryan Race Science,” in reality, a significant portion of the original eugenics movement consisted of Socialists, Feminists, and Marxists — many of whom viewed racism as pure evil, and abortion and contraception as important tools of “female emancipation.” Julian Huxley, the first director of UNESCO, is the quintessential example: He was a leading Fabian Socialist, a supporter of women’s rights, and virulently anti-racist/Nazi. Yet, he was also a prominent member of the British Eugenics Society and a life-long campaigner for “population control” (abortion and birth control), who worked closely with Planned Parenthood. Interestingly, he also coined the term “trans-humanism” in his book New Bottles For New Wine (1950).
In 1933, the Institute of Sexology was destroyed by the NSDAP, almost immediately after Hitler took power. All of the institute’s records and books, alongside those of the WLSR, were burned during the infamous event pictured below. According to LGBT activists, this one act “set the transgender community back decades.” However, even in its mere fourteen years of existence, the Institute of Sexology made a colossal impact. It spearheaded the worldwide Sexual Revolution and forged an international network of Socialists, Marxists, Liberals, Feminists, Sexologists, and Eugenicists, linking the USSR to the Fabian Society, to the Frankfurt School, to the American New Left, to the United Nations, to Planned Parenthood, and even to occult societies, like the Fellowship of the New Life.
All in all, the Institute of Sexology and World League for Sexual Reform provide an excellent case study, demonstrating just how interconnected the Globalist world conspiracy was, and still is to this day.