SOURCE: Chronicle of Higher Education
Ironically, Alfred Kinsey's work was the subject of moral panics and suppression in his own lifetime.
SOURCE: Indiana Public Media
The pioneering research institute for the study of human sexuality has been a victim of the "groomer" moral panic; the legislator introducing the funding restrictions has called the late Alfred Kinsey a pedophile and suggested the institute was "hiding child predators."
SOURCE: Associated Press
Conservative lawmakers invoked the specter of child sexual exploitation to argue for defunding the leading American center for research on human sexuality.
SOURCE: Wall Street Journal
Tasked with teaching a course on marriage and family, biologist Alfred Kinsey was shocked by the lack of scientific research on human sexuality. In 1947 he launched a research institute to fill that void.
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