For more than 75 years, the Kinsey Institute at Indiana University has been the trusted source for scientific knowledge and research on critical issues in sexuality, gender, and reproduction.Learn about our mission
Indiana University Q&A Regarding the Kinsey Institute, November 6, 2023
"In Indiana, the culture wars aim at Kinsey — the heart of sex research"
Read the Washington Post article from Executive Director Dr. Justin Garcia
Learn more about the science-based discoveries—both past and present—that reveal the complexity of sexuality and relationships.Read more
Today’s Kinsey Institute is a dynamic interdisciplinary research center and archival collection, world-renowned for research, historical preservation, and education programs exploring sex, sexuality, relationships, and well-being. We welcome you to join us in the discovery of the unknown as we continue to advance knowledge and change the world for the better.Learn more
"Is Nathan Fielder's Micropenis in 'The Curse' Real?" Men's Health, November 13.
"The Bodily Indignities of the Space Life." New York Times, November 12.
"Couple in Polyamorous Relationship for 20 Years Share Their One Single Rule." Newsweek, November 11.
"How Simply 'Feeling Safe' Can Make Us Healthier And More Productive." Entrepreneur, November 3.
TBA Kinsey Institute Lecture Series: Dr. James Brooks
328 Lindley Hall
December 1 Kinsey Institute Lecture Series: Author Eric Laursen
328 Lindley Hall, 12pm
Kinsey Institute Historical Exhibition
WEAM, Miami, Florida
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