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Highlights of our 2022 research, preservation, and educational activities and our 75th Anniversary events!
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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
"David Haye throuple may have ended – but threesomes are on the rise." Daily Star, March 15.
"How Women Differ From Men in Matters of Sex." Giddy.com, March 10.
"Identifying Signs of Coercion When Dating." Psychology Today, Feburary 22.
"How Can a Monogamous Couple Happily Become Nonmonogamous?" The Advocate. February 20.
"Prairie Voles Born by C-Section Can’t Bond. Is Birth Key to How We Love and Relate?" UVA Today, February 16.
March 23, 24, 29 Forever Queer Film Series
A semester-long program with IU Cinema
March 26 Art and a Movie: Muybridge in Focus
Pre-screening gallery talk
Eskenazi Museum / 12:00-12:30 pm
Universal Language: The Legacy of Sexual and Gender Diversity in the Kinsey Institute Collections
Beebe Gallery, Lindley Hall, 3rd floor
Emilio Sanchez: Intimate Forms
Austin Osman Spare: Psychopathia Sexualis
WEAM, Miami, Florida
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