Kinsey Institute for Sex Research Incorporated in Indiana

Kinsey Institute for Sex Research Incorporated in Indiana

Alfred C. Kinsey, 1953
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The Institute for Sex Research, popularly known as the Kinsey Institute after researcher Alfred C. Kinsey, is incorporated in Bloomington, Indiana. The origins of this non-profit institute lie in the research of Dr. Alfred Kinsey and their stated purpose is "to advance sexual health and knowledge worldwide."

Dr. Kinsey will be director of the institute until his death in 1956.

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