The Kinsey Institute was founded as a research institution, and continues to be one of the country’s leading authorities in sex research. On the Institute’s website you can read up on all of the current and upcoming research, and even participate in a set of surveys.
The National Post in Canada reported on an article by former Kinsey Institute researchers Nicole Prause and Cynthia Graham describing this often misunderstood identity. The article suggests that although asexuals have always been at least 1% of the population, awareness is picking up and more asexuals are beginning to talk openly about it.
Today The Kinsey Institute was featured in the Weekend section of the Indiana Daily Student. An "IU Mythbusters" article sheds light on some of IU's biggest campus myths. Included is the myth that The Kinsey Institute has the world’s biggest "porn" collection.
Dr. Alice Dreger, Associate Professor in the Medical Humanities and Bioethics Program at Northwestern Universty and a prolific speaker and writer on the politics of science, medicine, and anatomy, spoke recently at The Kinsey Institute on the history and evolution of the term “intersex,” and its alternatives.
Since the release of the Kinsey movie, friends ask me about the Kinsey Scale and the test. How does one know where he or she falls on the hetrosexual/homosexual rating scale? Is there such a thing as the “Kinsey Test”?