The following is an interesting question posted in Psychology.SE which was closed as off-topic. It was not migrated here so I thought I would ask it.
An article at https://web.archive.org/web/20150326173619/http://www.crosswalk.com/archive/dr-kinsey-the-un-american-marquis-de-sade-518418.html makes the claim in regards to Table 34:
Dr. Reisman continues to ask, "Where did Kinsey get the hundreds of infants and young boys who were sexually tortured? And, where are those boys today?" Jones does not say, and the Kinsey Institute, no doubt, hopes that tolerance of sexual 'diversity" is high enough today that attention can be diverted from the child sexual abuse conducted for the Kinsey Reports.
(EDITOR'S NOTE: Table 34 was the table or list in Kinsey's famous treatise which purported to display the number of times infants and young children were aroused by the Kinsey researcher when the researcher attempted to masturbate the infant or young child....)
The Wikipedia article on Alfred Kinsey states that the data in tables 30 to 34
was said to have come from adults' childhood memories, or from parent or teacher observation. Kinsey said he also interviewed nine men who had sexual experiences with children, and who told him about the children's responses and reactions.
Is it true that at least some data was from children abused by Kinsey or his researchers?