The Kinsey Report – Part 2

Conflicted: A History Podcast


As Dr. Alfred Kinsey begins his foray into sex research in 1938, he faces a rising tide of controversy at Indiana University, and is soon confronted with an ultimatum. While his research develops and his methodology takes shape, Kinsey is forced to reckon with hard truths about sex – and himself. 


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https://resource.rockarch.org/story/funding-a-sexual-revolution-the-kinsey-reports/

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