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Dr. Garcia is the research director at the institute. He succeeds Dr. Sue Carter, who steps down as Kinsey Institute director on June 30.Read more
The study examines how single bisexual men and women perceive acceptance of themselves in the LGBTQ community.Read the study
Ongoing: The Kinsey Institute Collections is an informational exhibition/display at WEAM, Miami Beach, FL
Research Blog: PRIDE PRIMER
For Pride Month, a series of blog posts explaining sex and gender terms, highlighting obstacles facing the LGBTQIA+ community, and celebrating human sexual diversity
Research Blog: Having Sex Can Make People Feel Happier and More Purposeful
In a study in the journal Emotion, people reported that they feel happier and find more meaning in life on days when they have sex.
Announcing the 2019 Money Fellows
Their research includes black female sexual culture, black masculinity & performance, the avant-garde filmmaker Kenneth Anger, and sex ambiguities in the history of sex science.
Research Briefs: Winter 2019
A selection of recent and significant publications from Kinsey Institute researchers and staff.
Introducing the Traumatic Stress Research Consortium
This new Kinsey Institute initiative will be directed by Distinguished University Scientist Dr. Stephen Porges.
Kinsey Institute Receives $260,000 Gift from Dillon Fund
This gift benefits the Kinsey Institute Traumatic Stress Research Consortium (KI-TSRC) and the Library and Special Collections.
Justin Garcia Named Acting Executive Director
Dr. Garcia, current research director, has been named to succeed current director Dr. C. Sue Carter, who is stepping down on June 30.
Just Married Project Featured on IU Podcast
Jennifer Bass and Stephanie Sanders talk about the Just Married:Stories from the Heartland Project and the history of marriage equality in Indiana on the Through the Gates podcast. Available on SoundCloud.
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