Alfred C. Kinsey: Sex the Measure of All Things : a Biography
Alfred Kinsey was the 20th century's first and most influential researcher into sex. His Sexual Behaviour of the Human Male (The Kinsey Report on Sex), published in 1948, was an explosive bestseller, followed in 1953 by his even more controversial statistics on female sexuality.
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Sex the Measure of All Things: A Life of Alfred C. Kinsey
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