John Lithgow: Alfred Seguine Kinsey
Alfred Seguine Kinsey : What are we to do? We turn away from matters of the flesh. We turn to things of the spirit. Lust has a thousand avenues: the dance hall, the ice cream parlor, the tenement saloon, the Turkish bath. Like the Hydra, it grows new heads everywhere. Even the modern inventions of science are used to cultivate immorality. The gas engine has brought us the automobile joy ride. And an even more pernicious menace, the roadside brothel. Electricity has made possible the degrading picture show. Because of the telephone, a young woman can hear the voice of her suitor on the pillow, right next to her! And lets not forget the most scandalous invention of all, the talon slide fastener; otherwise known as the zipper, which provides every man and boy speedy access to moral oblivion.