Alfred Kinsey Sculpture Campaign

Alfred Kinsey Sculpture Campaign

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Help us celebrate and honor the pioneering spirit of this great IU scientist and preserve his legacy to inspire future generations.

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2017 marks the 70th Anniversary of the Kinsey Institute. 

Originally founded in 1947 as the Institute for Sex Research, today the Kinsey Institute at Indiana University is known around the world for its continuing discovery of the rich complexity of human sexuality. 

In 1948, Alfred C. Kinsey published his groundbreaking research in the release of the first Kinsey Report, "Sexual Behavior in the Human Male," followed by "Sexual Behavior in the Human Female" in 1953. 

The research in these volumes, based on over 18,000 face-to-face interviews, revealed a stunning diversity in human sexuality and led to the acceptance that sexual identity exists across a spectrum. 

Help us celebrate and honor the pioneering spirit of this great IU scientist and preserve his legacy to inspire future generations. 

Join our campaign today to raise funds for a sculpture of Dr. Kinsey to be installed on the IU Bloomington campus.

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