Alfred C. Kinsey
Alfred C. Kinsey was an American biologist, professor of entomology and zoology, and sexologist who founded the Institute for Sex Research at Indiana University in 1947. He is known for his pioneering research into human sexuality and the publication of the Kinsey Reports, which examined and reported on the sexual behaviors of American men and women during the mid-20th century. His work has had a profound influence on social and cultural attitudes towards sexuality.
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This book is a groundbreaking scientific study that provides an in-depth analysis of human male sexual behavior. It presents a comprehensive survey of male sexual activities and preferences, based on thousands of interviews and case studies. The book challenges many societal norms and taboos of its time by revealing the diversity and complexity of male sexual practices. It also explores the psychological, social, and biological factors that influence male sexuality.