Alfred Kinsey

(1894 - 1956)

The American sexual scientist Alfred Kinsey began his career as an entomologist specializing in the gall wasp. In 1938 he embarked on his exhaustive project intended to serve as a case study of all aspects of human sex behavior. At the time of his death in 1956 at age of sixty-two, Kinsey had compiled only two of the nine projected volumes.

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Voices In Time

1948 | Bloomington

Human Animals

Alfred Kinsey switches positions. More

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