Private Eyes: Amateur Erotic Art from the Kinsey Institute Collections
This amateur drawing is one of several in the Private Eyes exhibition currently showing at the Kinsey Institute Gallery. The show features amateur and hand-made art from the collections, most of it being shown for the first time.
A recent donation of film, photographs, and guidebooks forms the foundation of a new collection at the Kinsey Library
Amateur and hand-made erotic art from the KI Collections, much of it shown publicly for the first time.
Bradley Lane, IU Gender Studies doctoral student, is our 2010 awardee. Also, 2009 winner Sarah Lindsley's photo-essay on 'spicy' pulp magazines.
The Kinsey Institute recognizes six emerging scholars in the field of sex research.
When couples discuss sexual issues; what constitutes 'having sex;' and the impact of ill-fitting condoms.
Dr. Julia Heiman is honored for her lifetime contribution to sex research.
New interviews with researchers, historical videos, and short films..
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