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UCSRT Inaugural Conference
The conference brought together researchers, educators, and students to discuss the future of sex research. Read more details in our Kinsey Today article.

Summer 2007



New Research from The Kinsey Institute

Findings from studies on couples and Viagra, mood and sexual response, hormonal influences from oral contraceptives, differences in the male and female gaze, and condom use and erectile problems.

Plus, other new publications from KI researchers.

Unique Art Sale Benefits Kinsey Institute

Indianapolis businessman and IU alumnus Barton Kaufman sells his collection of LeRoy Neiman originals to benefit the Institute.

“The Future of Sexuality Research” Conference

Report from the inaugural conference of the University Consortium for Sexuality Research and Training (UCSRT) which took place in April, 2007.

Making the Times

A New York Times article published in April featured several Kinsey Institute scientists and Research Fellows.

New Collections in the KI Library

The Kinsey Institute Library has received the Davidson/Moore Survey Data Set on Regional Variations in Sexual Attitudes and Behavior of College Students (SEX2000). This dataset is the most recent addition to the archival collections available to scholars and researchers.

In the Gallery

The 2nd Annual Juried Erotic Art Show features eighty artworks chosen by Juror Karen Baldner from over 300 submissions. The show continues through July 20th in The Kinsey Institute Gallery.


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