For example, when I present this research at conferences for sex researchers
, no one seems uncomfortable.
In The Other Side of Desire, Bergner interviews sex researchers
James Cantor and Ray Blanchard.
Of course, ABC used titillating headlines to snare an audience: "'Kinsey' Star Talks About Sex Researcher
" and "The Man Who Let a Nation Discuss Sex." Why not something more accurate, such as, "Hollywood Glorifies Infamous Pedophile-promoting Professor"?
Also, as long ago as the 1930s and '40s, sex researcher
and sex-liberation pioneer Alfred Kinsey reported that less than 1 percent of the homosexuals he studied were over age 65.
According to sex researcher
Alfred Kinsey, one in every ten people is gay (Kinsey, Pomeroy, and Martin, 1948).
The first reliable estimate concerning infidelity was made in 1953 by renowned sex researcher
Alfred Kinsey, who in his landmark study found that 50 percent of husbands and 26 percent of wives surveyed had cheated by age 40.
The 32-year-old LA-born actress was speaking on hit American talk show Conan about smash-hit Masters of Sex, now in its second series, in which she plays sex researcher
Virginia Johnson and Port Talbotborn Sheen plays her pioneering partner William Masters.
fixer in ABC's "Scandal" and Lizzy Caplan's sex researcher
in Showtime's "Masters of Sex" to Robin Wright's manipulative first lady in Netflix's "House of Cards," Julianna Margulies' upwardly mobile lawyer in CBS' "The Good Wife," and, yes, Amy Poehler's local politician in NBC's "Parks and Recreation," the characters these women embody have strong male counterparts who may support them but don't really define them.
Jeannette Foster was a sex researcher
, a disciple of Kinsey in the 50's, who went on to explore and expose the lesbian subtexts in classic works of literature.
However, sex researcher
John Gagnon thinks little has changed.
Alfred Kinsey, the [in]famous sex researcher
, is often used by those seeking the moral approval of homosexuality.
KINSEY It topped The Advocate's list of movies of the year, but Bill Condon's extra-ordinary biopic of bi sex researcher
Alfred Kinsey scored but one nod, for Laura Linney's wonderful supporting performance.