Ongoing: Exhibition: Bettina Rheims: Everything All At Once
Aug 5-Sept 23: Exhibition: Wild Horse Running: The Courageous Journey of Tom Fox
October 1-2: Applications open for Fall CME course: Gender, Sexuality, and Medicine: An introduction to LGBTQ+ competent care.
Highlights of 75 years of sex research at the Kinsey Institute at Indiana University.
Researchers are exploring the prevalence of non-traditional forms of relationships in America.
A work-in-progress preview of the artwork to be unveiled in September 2022 on IU's Bloomington campus.
Award-winning author Joanne Passet recovers the lost history of lesbian artists, academics, and activists.
Campbell JT, Adams OR, Bennet-Brown M, Wodward B, Gesselman AN, and Carter G. (2022). PrEP Familiarity, Interest, and Usage Among 364 Black and Hispanic Adults in Indiana. Frontiers in Public Health, May 2022. DOI: 10.3389/fpubh.2022.810042
Crawford BL, LaRoche KJ, and Jozkowski K. (2022). Examining Abortion Attitudes in the Context of Gestational Age. Social Science Quarterly, May 2022. DOI: 10.1111/ssqu.13157
Fornicola E and Peterson ZD. (2022). An Exploratory Study of Sexual Aggression Tactics as a Function of Perpetrator Gender and Victim Gender. International Journal of Sexual Health. DOI: 10.1080/19317611.2022.2053027
Newsom KD, Carter GA, Hille JJ. (2022). Assessing Whether Medical Students Consistently Ask Patients About Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity as a Function of Year in Training. LGBT Health. 9(2):142-147. DOI: 10.1089/lgbt.2021.0109
"Are you Polysexual? Here’s What It Means, and How to Tell." Men’s Health, May 31.
"Can We Fall Out of Love?" New York Times, April 22.
"Is the Next Phase of Sex Positivity Choosing Not To Have Sex?" Vogue, April 9.
The Kinsey Institute 75th Anniversary Research Symposium in Bloomington will feature lectures by current and past Kinsey Institute researchers, and appearances by recent research award fellows, and more!
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