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Kinsey Institute Exhibit Opens August 12 at Intuit in Chicago
Private Eyes: Selected Artwork from the Kinsey Institute Collection explores the unique characteristics of homemade erotic artifacts. 

Have Art, Will Travel: Kinsey Institute Launches Traveling Shows
Museum consultant Rebecca Fasman explains the goals of this new Kinsey collections initiative.

In the Collections
Drew Clark-Huckstep and Hallimeda Allinson of the IU department of history are combing the archives to present the history of the Kinsey Institute.

New Faces at the Kinsey Institute
Meet Associate Director Dr. Nancy Ostrowski and Senior Clinical Research Fellow Dr. Jerry Jesseph.

Sue Carter Builds on the Kinsey Research Legacy
Check out some of the new podcasts and interviews with Dr. Carter.

Research Briefs: Spring 2016
New research findings reveal attitudes and behaviors of LGTBQ singles, sexting behavior, and the stigma of virginity.

2016 John Money Fellowship Awarded
This year's John Money Fellowship for Scholars of Sexology has been jointly awarded to Ruby Daily of Northwestern University and Demetrios Psihopaidas of the University of Southern California.

Research Briefs: Winter 2016
The latest from Kinsey researchers includes studies on: the menstrual cycle and immunity strength; the nature of romantic kissing across cultures; and condom-associated erectile issues.

Kinsey Institute Newsletter Winter 2016 Edition
New research from Kinsey Institute scientists, the inaugural CAHI/Kinsey Institute fellow, our valued volunteers, The Danish Girl, and more.

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