Alfred Charles Kinsey

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United States zoologist best known for his interview studies of sexual behavior (1894-1956)

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My favorite concerns Alfred Kinsey, author of the massive mid-twentieth-century Kinsey Reports on sexual behavior--and world expert on the gall wasp.
Chapters three, four, and five explore the repercussions of sexuality during World War II by focusing on girls' and women's response to Alfred Kinsey's female report, the normalization of "going steady," and the emergence of public displays of same sex desire.
Her third book 'Sexuality & Sexual Techniques' (2015) builds on Alfred Kinsey's research into male and female sexuality.
Biologist and the Promise of American Life; From Meriwether Lewis to Alfred Kinsey. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Farouk's photos ultimately fell into the hands of Alfred Kinsey as part of his research on sexual behavior.
Alfred Kinsey at his Institute for Sex Research at Indiana University.
ANSWERS: 1 Dartmoor; 2 Indian; 3 Cyprus; 4 Love Me Do; 5 Alfred Kinsey; 6 George Washington; 7 It should be played in a sorrowful manner; 8 Boxing; 9 A teddy bear (Ted); 10 It helps to prevent the formation of blood clots.
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One of the first things I learned from Alfred Kinsey (the man who collected about five million gall wasps and thousands of sex histories) as a budding sexologist, was that there is a very wide variety in the biology and behavior animals, including human beings.
According to Staver, "We are in a battle for the survival of Western civilization." He also asserted that pretty much everything wrong with the country today can be laid at the feet of sex researcher Alfred Kinsey and education reformer John Dewey.
More than a foray into sex between men and the slipperiness of labels, this book casts Alfred Kinsey's research on male sexuality in new light by following one of Kinsey's key informants: Thomas Painter.
Judith Reisman is on a crusade to undo the pernicious work of Alfred Kinsey. In her third book about the mid-20th century American sex researcher, Sexual Sabotage: How One Mad Scientist Unleashed a Plague of Corruption and Contagion on America, follows up on Kinsey: Crime and Consequences (1998) and Kinsey's Attic (2006), Reisman risks repeating herself, yet she must do precisely that.
Suresha, the guest editor of the Journal of Bisexuality has prepared and contributed to a sexagennial (pun intended) volume on the influence of Alfred Kinsey on social recognition of sexual differences.
Auden, Paul Cadmus, Lincoln Kirstein, Glenway Westcott, Benjamin Britten, and Alfred Kinsey (why not?).