IndyStar.com has A Story on Alfred Kinsey, and his \"Sexual Behavior in the Human Female,\" on the 50th anniversary of the book.
The Indiana University and others in Bloomington are throwing a yearlong party, which includes a keynote address by feminist publisher and author Gloria Steinem.
The real impact of Dr. Kinsey, a professor of zoology, not a physician, was that he was part of a movement to bring women\'s sexuality out in the open, and on par with men\'s, experts say, though they also say that his methodology was flawed.
\"He (Kinsey) wanted acceptance of the variability of human sexuality, rather than the imposition of strict and rigid limits on what was morally or legally acceptable,\" said Bancroft. \"He was, however, never in favor of any sexual behavior which could be harmful to others.\"