Synonyms for alfred_kinsey or Related words with alfred_kinsey

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Examples of "alfred_kinsey"
Clarence Arthur Tripp (1919–2003) was an American psychologist, writer, and researcher for Alfred Kinsey.
In 1948 Alfred Kinsey publishes "Sexual Behavior in the Human Male", popularly known as the Kinsey Reports.
The El Salvador newspaper "La Pagina", discussing the debate about a gay rights law, cited Cronin and Alfred Kinsey as authorities on the issues involved.
She has been the recipient of numerous awards including Alfred Kinsey Award from the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality (1994).
In May 1942, Martin married his girlfriend, Alice, in the garden of the Kinseys' house. Before marrying, he had a sexual relationship with Alfred Kinsey.
American researcher Alfred Kinsey found in his 1950-era studies that 50% of American males and 26% of females had extramarital sex.
Sociosexuality as a concept was introduced by Alfred Kinsey to describe differences in individuals tendency to engage in uncommitted sexual relationships.
Avinoff was close friends with the biologist and sex researcher Alfred Kinsey, largely due to their similar interest in insects from Kinsey's work with gall wasps.
Clara Bracken McMillen (October 2, 1898 – April 30, 1982) was an American researcher. The wife of Alfred Kinsey, she contributed to the Kinsey Reports on human sexuality.
The gay male community gained more visibility in 1948 with the publication of "Sexual Behavior in the Human Male", by Alfred Kinsey, a sexologist who was himself bisexual.
Sexologists such as Henry Havelock Ellis and Alfred Kinsey began conducting research in the area of human sexuality during the first half of the 20th century. This work was groundbreaking and controversial in the scientific arena.
Alfred and Clara had four children: Donald (1922–1927), Anne (1924–2016), Joan (1925–2009), and Bruce (1928). Donald died of diabetes just before his fifth birthday. Her husband Alfred Kinsey died in 1956. His nickname for her was "Mac."
Sex researcher Alfred Kinsey was dismissed by Bergler as a "medical layman". Bayer summarized Bergler as claiming that "as a result of [Kinsey's] influence, homosexuals have become so outspoken that 'they are now virtually asking for minority status.'
Sex researcher Alfred Kinsey was critical of "The Second Sex", holding that while it was an interesting literary production, it contained no original data of interest or importance to science.
A 2014 article in "Playboy" magazine by Purdue University sex educator and researcher Justin Lehmiller referenced the work of Sigmund Freud and Alfred Kinsey to explain the fascination with the MILF phenomenon.
Alfred Kinsey is widely regarded as the first and among the most influential figures in American sexology; his research is cited as having paved the way for a deeper exploration into sexuality among sexologists and the general public, and as having liberated female sexuality. According to Alfred Kinsey sexual ignorance led to real suffering in society and that sexual liberation, as opposed to sexual abstinence, was the key to both a strong marriage and a happy life. Kinsey believed that abstinence was a sexual dysfunction: "The only kinds of sexual dysfunction are abstinence, celibacy and delayed marriage."
Odaxelagnia is a paraphilia involving sexual arousal through biting, or being bitten. Odaxelagnia is considered a mild form of sadism. Alfred Kinsey studied Odaxelagnia, reporting that roughly half of all people surveyed had experienced sexual arousal from biting. Odaxelagnia has associations with vampire lifestyles, but does not necessarily involve bloodletting.
The application of labeling theory to homosexuality has been extremely controversial. It was Alfred Kinsey and his colleagues who pointed out the big discrepancy between the behavior and the role attached to it. They had observed the often negative consequences of labeling and repeatedly condemned labeling people as homosexual:
Presented with data from researchers such as Alfred Kinsey and Evelyn Hooker, the sixth printing of the DSM-II, in 1974, no longer listed homosexuality as a category of disorder. After a vote by the APA trustees in 1973, and confirmed by the wider APA membership in 1974, the diagnosis was replaced with the category of "sexual orientation disturbance".
Virginia Prince, a transgender person who began living full-time as a woman in San Francisco in the 1940s, developed a widespread correspondence network with transgender people throughout Europe and the United States by the 1950s. She worked closely with Alfred Kinsey to bring the needs of transgender people to the attention of social scientists and sex reformers.