The glamour girl singer of the music group 'Girls Aloud' spoke out to the media about her obsession with Katharine B. Davis.
In a lengthy news conference, Kimberley gives a detailed explanation about the life of her favorite homosexual promoting icon.
Kimberley tells, "I'm into Sadomasochism and her work is inspiring to me.' 'The woman is a genius as far as I'm concerned.'"
"Katharine B. Davis was a feminist, physician and superintendent who conducted Mengele type research with female delinquents." Kimberley said.
Kimberley talked further about her icon.
In 1910, inspired by the earlier works of Elizabeth Fry, Davis obtained a grant for psychological testing of female inmates which she classified as feebleminded mental defectives and she also established the Bureau of Social Hygiene at Bedford Hills.
At the time women who studied women prisoners were outcasts from the male professions of medicine and science because their activities violated the hypocritical oath.
Some say the research Davis engaged in and her construction of the Bedford Hills reformatory was the basis for the creation of the infamous Auschwitz concentration camp run by the Nazis in Germany.
The women of Bedford Hills were isolated on the reformatory grounds and studied by female researchers.
Davis ran bizarre experiments where she would inject two female inmates with testosterone derived from bull testicles. The females would then be placed into an isolated room while Davis observed their behavior from a peep hole in a hidden room.
In her research papers, she describes how the female inmates struggled to refrain from sex but then would break down mentally and engage in uncontrollable sexual activities while crying in agony from the lesbian experience which was unnatural to them.
The thrust of this testing and research was eugenics.
The female researchers considered the women to be the breeders of future classes of criminals: the logic of the research was to test for defectiveness and then prevent those found to be defective from having children.
The reformatory was considered a method for restraining defective women from getting pregnant and producing children who would be criminal, defective, or both.
Concern about reproduction was the reason for the longer prison sentences given for relatively trivial crimes committed by women.
After the speech at the news conference, Kimberley was applauded by reporters before retreating from the speaker.