Natalie Ingraham (M.P.H.)

Natalie Ingraham (M.P.H.)

is a recent graduate of Indiana University and is now pursuing a Ph.D. in Medical Sociology at University of California San Francisco.

Recent Posts by Natalie:

  • Two Cases Of Criminal HIV Infection

    Two recent legal cases around knowingly transmitting HIV to another person have hit the news. But does prosecution for this action make sense?

  • Sex. Really. (PSA Video – Our Review)

    Kinsey Confidential staffers review a series of sexual health promotion videos put out by Sex.Really, a new production company.

  • Bad Buzz for Amazon.com After Delisting GLBT Books

    Amazon.com sent bloggers abuzz this past week by removing the sales rankings of certain GLBT books - making it much more difficult to find them in a search.

  • “Family” Webisodes Spotlight Polyamory

    A new online television show explores polyamory through an amusing look at the daily lives of one polyamorus triad (in this case, a woman dating two men).

  • Female Safer Sex Pack From The (UK) Lesbian & Gay Foundation

    The UK organization The Lesbian and Gay Foundation recently announced the creation of a Female Safer Sex Pack for bisexual and lesbian women.

  • Male Circumcision & STI Prevention: A Link?

    More and more attention is focusing on the possibility of male circumcision as a risk reduction tool for HIV/AIDS but the research so far is inconclusive.

  • STD Awareness Month Campaign For April

    April is Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Awareness Month. Find out more info about how to protect yourself from STDs from a variety of trusted sources.

  • British Study On “Aversion Therapy”: Why Does This Still Exist?

    New research shows that 4% of British health professionals would still attempt to change a client's sexual orientation. Natalie reacts (boo!).

  • The Sexies: Silly Name, Serious Awards

    Natalie introduces a new kind of journalism award - The Sexies - given to journalists who write intelligently and fairly about issues around sexuality.

  • University Sex Column Under Attack (Not Ours, Don’t Worry)

    A Montana university's sex column is under attack from other university faculty who think the column is inappropriate for the school newspaper

  • Sexual Literacy… What Is That?

    Sexual literacy, a key component of a healthy sex life, is about knowing how to stay safe, how to have pleasure, and how sexuality influences your daily life.

  • The Pope, Africa, And Condom Controversy

    The Roman Catholic Pope Benedict XVI made headlines this week by denouncing condoms as a way to prevent HIV/AIDS while on his first visit to Africa.

  • FDA Approves New Nitrile Female Condoms

    The FDA approved a new version of the female condom this week made of nitrile. Hopefully, this will mean a step forward for sexual health for women worldwide.

  • Safe Spring Break Ideas: Sex, Sunscreen, And Safety In Numbers

    Natalie covers the traditional "have a safe spring break" and reminds readers how to enjoy spring break without bringing home any unwanted side effects.

  • Women In (Sex) Science – Kinsey Style

    A week ago a few Kinsey Institute interns and research assistants participated in Indiana University's Women in Science Program's annual research conference.

  • Feedback Needed – Kinsey Website And Facebook

    We need feedback on the Kinsey Confidential website and Facebook page - any suggestions on how we can get sexual health information to you in an effective way?