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  Kinsey (2004)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
A disturbing, or at least revealing, aspect of the film is the implication that Kinsey seemed to blur the line separating the personal and professional in his pursuit of carnal knowledge.
There is a scene where Kinsey and his assistant Clyde Martin (Peter Sarsgaard) go to a gay bar to round up people to interview and various men treat his request to answer questions as a joke, assuming that the survey is really a cheesy come on.
Though the film tries to memorialize Kinsey as a social pioneer, it doesn't shy away from (nor does it condemn) his dubious breaches of ethical standards, such as encouraging intramural sexual activities among his staff and their wives.
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  Alfred Kinsey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Alfred Kinsey was born on June 23, 1894, in Hoboken, New Jersey, to Alfred Seguine Kinsey and Sarah Ann Charles.
Kinsey is generally regarded as the father of sexology, the systematic, scientific study of human sexuality.
Kinsey maintained that people do not clearly fall into the categories of exclusive heterosexuality or exclusive homosexuality, but that most can be placed somewhere between, in a continuum of sexual orientations with homo- and heterosexuality at the extremes and bisexuality at the midpoint.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Alfred_Kinsey   (2304 words)

 Kinsey Reports - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kinsey was a zoologist at the Indiana University at Bloomington and the founder of the Institute for Sex Research.
Kinsey reported that most American males fell in the 1 to 2 range of the scale and that a large majority appeared to be at least somewhat bisexual (in the 1 to 5 range).
In a response to these criticisms, Paul Gebhard, Kinsey's successor as director of the Kinsey Institute for Sex Research, spent years "cleaning" the Kinsey data of its purported contaminants, removing, for example, all material derived from prison populations in the basic sample.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Kinsey_report   (1393 words)

 Movie Spoiler for the film - KINSEY
Kinsey is livid as those stories are unfounded and tend to further incite the boys to try out and do the wrong things, since they are not exposed to the truths of the 'forbidden fruit".
Kinsey makes the mistake of telling Mac about this; naturally she is upset as he seems really cavalier and all business-like about it; after all, to him, it's research and it's just sex.
Kinsey's dad is not too pleased with the idea of his son doing a sex survey, but a heartwarming and truthful session between father and son reveals that his father had a genital defect which infallingly led to his prudish approach to sex in his later years.
www.themoviespoiler.com /Spoilers/kinsey.html   (1108 words)

 Kinsey - Rotten Tomatoes
Although the strength of Kinsey is the subject matter, it would be criminal not to note the fine performances of Liam Neeson and Laura Linney, who imbue their characters with humanity and likeability.
Condon presents Kinsey's life in an upbeat fashion that's unafraid of the language of the conventional biopic.
The strength of Kinsey is finally in the clarity it brings to its title character.
www.rottentomatoes.com /m/kinsey   (911 words)

 :: rogerebert.com :: Kinsey
Kinsey interviewed thousands of Americans over a period of years, and concluded: Just about everybody masturbates, 37 percent of men have had at least one homosexual experience, there is a lot of premarital and extramarital sex, and the techniques of many couples venture well beyond the traditional male-superior position.
Kinsey and his wife Clara McMillen (Laura Linney) were both virgins on their wedding night (he was 26, she 23) and awkwardly unsure about what to do, but they worked things out, as couples had to do in those days.
Kinsey objectified sex to such an extent that he actually encouraged his staff to have sex with one another and record their findings; this is not, as anyone could have advised him, an ideal way to run a harmonious office.
rogerebert.suntimes.com /apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20041118/REVIEWS/41004004/1023   (1091 words)

 The Kinsey Institute - Kinsey Study Data [Research Program]
Kinsey found some anal play in some of the male marital histories and occasional instances of anal coitus but not enough to determine "the incidence of individuals who are specifically responsive to such stimulation," (p.
Kinsey estimated that nearly 46% of the male population had engaged in both heterosexual and homosexual activities, or "reacted to" persons of both sexes, in the course of their adult lives (p.
Kinsey thought that female instance of coitus was dependent on the male's sexual behavior.
www.indiana.edu /~kinsey/research/ak-data.html   (2001 words)

 calendarlive.com: 'Kinsey'
Kinsey was more interested in measuring things than disturbing the status quo, but that is exactly what happened when "Sexual Behavior in the Human Male" came out in 1948 and the female volume followed in 1953.
Kinsey's statistical methodology and the reliability of that 37% figure have been challenged, but his theory that heterosexuality and homosexuality are part of the same sexual continuum is still widely accepted.
Or to the fact that "Kinsey's" standard structure conceals a film that is daring in its willingness to insist on the basic soundness of the scientist's conclusions in the face of the current national mood.
calendarlive.com /movies/turan/cl-et-newkinsey12nov12,2,4212925.story   (1325 words)

 The Kinsey Institute -Movie facts
Dr. Kinsey died in 1956 at the age of 62.
But a second wave of comments were negative, and Kinsey was attacked by religious and conservative groups, and in some cases by the academic community, which questioned his data collection and analysis.
Kinsey is widely respected today for interview methodology, documenting the wide variation in sexual behavior, studying the differences in male and female sexual response and perceptions, and launching the scientific study of sex.
www.kinseyinstitute.org /about/Movie-facts.html   (1214 words)

 Discovery Health :: Alfred C. Kinsey and American Sexuality
Kinsey coordinated the course and presented lectures on the biological dimensions of sex and marriage.
Kinsey published "Sexual Behavior In The Human Male" in 1948, which came to be known as the "Kinsey Report." The report immediately created controversy for its revelations of the sexuality of white American males.
Kinsey's research refuted the widely held notion that heterosexuality and homosexuality are exclusive forms of behavior.
health.discovery.com /centers/sex/sexpedia/alfredckinsey.html   (860 words)

 Kinsey movie Review at The Z Review UK movie review
Kinsey's work in the study of human sexual behavior and practices was groundbreaking because of the scientific, as opposed to superstitious, process he used.
Kinsey and his associates spend much of the movie engaging in several forms of sexual exploration, yet toward the end of the movie, the tendency to attach meaning to these actions becomes unpreventable.
Kinsey decides that something has to be done and embarks on a journey to uncover the sexuality of human beings from a purely scientific perspective.
www.thezreview.co.uk /reviews/k/kinsey.htm   (1773 words)

 Kinsey - Movie Review
Professor Alfred Kinsey was a zoologist at Indiana University quietly working on variation in the gallwasp, but when students approached him for advice on their sexual concerns, he realised that no scientific studies existed for him to consult, and so shifted his research to the field of human sexuality.
Pioneering a non-judgemental interview technique, Kinsey and his team collected detailed sexual histories from thousands of people across the country, and his resulting book 'Sexual Behaviour in the Human Male', published in 1948, revolutionised American thinking with its claim, backed up by copious data, that in sexual life there is no such thing as normality.
Kinsey - not to mention the film that bears his name - still has power to provoke the most vehement of moral outrage, and only a brief search of the internet is required to see the entomologist being blamed for most if not all of America's ills.
www.movie-gazette.com /cinereviews/1194   (500 words)

 Alfred Kinsey - obituary
Kinsey's illness had interrupted his busy schedule of travels to collect material for new sex- research projects--on men in prison, on Europeans and on animals.
Kinsey became famous as the author of the first mass scientific survey of human sexual behavior.
Alfred Charles Kinsey was born on June 23, 1894, in Hoboken, N. J., a son of Alfred S. Kinsey, an engineering instructor at Stevens Institute of Technology.
www.writing.upenn.edu /~afilreis/50s/kinsey.html   (727 words)

 Kinsey and the Homosexual Revolution
Kinsey's percentage was seized upon by Harry Hay, the father of the homosexual "civil rights" movement, when Hay formed the Mattachine Society, urging that homosexuality be seen no longer as an act of sodomy but as a 10% minority class.
No matter what Kinsey's own sexual proclivities and biases, after WWII Kinsey began to move in concert with a cadre of revisionist educators, lawyers and other professionals who determined with their sponsors to forever alter the American way of life through its educational system (the future) and the legal system (the standard of judgment).
Kinsey sold his soul to win his place in time, but now is the time to take back America's soul which has been led astray by fraudulent and criminal science.
www.leaderu.com /jhs/reisman.html   (4636 words)

 'Kinsey' critics ready - The Washington Times: Culture, etc. - September 08, 2004   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Initially, Kinsey was depicted as a diligent scientist and devoted family man who applied his prodigious skills in studying the gall wasp to the unexplored world of human sexuality.
Kinsey's initial report, released in the 1948 "Sexual Behavior in the Human Male," stunned the nation by saying that American men were so sexually wild that 95 percent of them could be accused of some kind of sexual offense under 1940s laws.
Kinsey said that there was a seven-point scale of normal human sexuality, with bisexuality the most "balanced" state and heterosexuality and homosexuality occupying equal positions on the opposite ends.
www.washtimes.com /culture/20040907-113843-7598r.htm   (1036 words)

 FrontPage magazine.com :: The Kinky Report by Don Feder
Alfred C. Kinsey is the Left’s secular saint — a revered figure who, they are convinced, came into a benighted world and (armed with reams of scientific research) heroically banished ignorance and sexual repression, and ushered in a new age of liberation, enlightenment, and pleasure.
"Kinsey" stars Liam Neeson, an actor who himself is venerated for his roles in films like "Schindler’s List." While it hints at Kinsey’s eccentricities (seducing his male assistants, urging his wife to have sex with his colleagues), the movie barely scratches the surface of the degeneracy of the father of the sexual revolution.
Among other findings, Kinsey concluded that 85 percent of American men had intercourse before marriage, 30-45 percent had extramarital relations, 70 percent had sex with prostitutes, as many as 37 percent had engaged in homosexual acts, and 10 percent were exclusively homosexual.
www.frontpagemag.com /Articles/ReadArticle.asp?ID=16386   (1437 words)

 village voice > film > Kinsey by J. Hoberman
For some, the zoologist turned sex researcher Alfred Kinsey (1894—1956) was a sort of Frankenstein who, operating in the 1940s and early '50s from a college campus in deepest Indiana, reinvented America's sense of its sexual self.
Half a century later, Kinsey remains a puritan bête noire, held responsible for everything from jump-starting the sexual revolution and promoting junior high school sex education classes to enabling pornography, gay rights, and abortion on demand.
Kinsey's middle section—with the hero organizing campus classes in marital preparedness, discovering a new interest in boys (mainly his aide-de-camp, played by Peter Sarsgaard), and enabling his cadre of devoted young assistants to swap wives—is pure Waters.
www.villagevoice.com /issues/0445/hoberman.php   (579 words)

 summary:  Alfred Kinsey   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
As Kinsey prepared for the class, he was shocked by the dearth of scientific literature about sex and the misinformation spread by doctors and ministers.
Kinsey, an ardent atheist, considered most of what he read about sex prudish because it was based on traditional "Judaeo-Christian" ethics he considered repressive.
Kinsey was no communist, and when the Reece committee threatened to investigate him and the Institute, he dismissed their charges, but the agency that funded his work was frightened into canceling his grant.
www.gayhistory.com /rev2/factfiles/ffkinsey.htm   (469 words)

 Pansexual Healing - This biopic of the famous sex researcher Alfred Kinsey gets it right. By David Edelstein   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The point, says Kinsey, is to make the subject feel comfortable—because, after all, people could be shamed when they talk, as no one has talked before, about how they masturbate, how they fantasize, how they have sex.
That courtship scene, in which he ponders the significance of his students' nickname for him—"Prok," for "Professor Kinsey," and she suggests it maybe comes from the fact that they "like him"—makes you laugh while demonstrating how cut off the man is from the rest of the human race.
But if it's hard to feel much for Kinsey when he watches, impassive, as a fight breaks out over the wife-swapping within his research team, it's impossible not to share his joy as he wanders, near the end, among California redwoods with his loyal wife, ever-enthralled by the vastness of the natural world.
www.slate.com /id/2109547   (929 words)

 Encyclopedia: Daniel Kinsey   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Daniel Chapin Kinsey (January 22, 1902 - June 27, 1970) was an American hurdler, and later a scholar in physical education.
Besides teaching, Kinsey was involved in coaching several school teams, and was in the board of several committees and associations, such as the American Olympians Association.
In 1959, Kinsey left Oberlin and became a professor at Earlham College and at the University of Michigan.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Daniel-Kinsey   (200 words)

 Kinsey Movie Review - Kinsey Movie Trailer - The Boston Globe
Kinsey's two scientific bestsellers, ''Sexual Behavior in the Human Male" (1948) and ''Sexual Behavior in the Human Female" (1953), have been blamed for a lot: the sexual revolution, Roe v.
Kinsey becomes a god to his cadre of young interviewers (Peter Sarsgaard, Chris O'Donnell, and Timothy Hutton) even as he's sleeping with some of them, but it's they, not he, who fully understand the risks.
The character is based on Kenneth Green, who provided Kinsey with many statistics on child sexuality, and it's meant as a rejoinder to charges by various fringe opponents that Kinsey was himself a pedophile.
www.boston.com /movies/display?display=movie&id=7073   (1062 words)

 News from Agape Press
Kinsey's data-collection methods have been called into question a number of times, with some critics calling attention to his statistically limited study sample, and others citing evidence that his interviewers were instructed to intimidate research subjects.
The CWA spokesman asserts that Kinsey could easily be called the "godfather" of the homosexual activist movement, the campaign to mainstream pornography, and even the campaign to strike down abortion laws.
He says Kinsey "was a sexual revolutionary masquerading as an objective scientist," whose most profound damage was done to children.
headlines.agapepress.org /archive/11/112004c.asp   (632 words)

 Review of Kinsey: Let's Talk About Sex by America's Best Christian: Betty Bowers Christian Movie Reviews   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Kinsey (Laura Linney) shamelessly demonstrates to her doctor the length of her husband's member, proving that the only thing more odious than a harlot is a braggart
Kinsey's statistical population was flawed because, sadly, he didn't spend time with nearly enough pedophiles.
Kinsey's penchant for discussing what forbidden fruits are up to in their urban lofts, our gated communities' cherished taciturnity is imperiled as loves that previously dared not speak their names are suddenly more garrulous than Paris Hilton after an ashtray of crystal meth.
bettybowers.com /kinsey.html   (1334 words)

 OFFOFFOFF film review KINSEY movie by Bill Condon with Liam Neeson, Laura Linney, Chris O'Donnell, Peter Sarsgaard, ...
Prior to this work, Kinsey had studied and collected over one million specimens of gall wasps, an insect possessing the peculiar characteristic that, like humans, no two are alike.
As with anyone who has dedicated their life to the collecting and cataloguing of things, be it bugs or sexual positions, Kinsey exhibited an obsessive-compulsive type personality that made social discourse exhausting (his dinner time patter, for example, was particularly difficult to digest).
There's a lot of explicit talk in "Kinsey" the film — references to masturbation, fornication, stimulation, copulation, menstruation, penetration — but the sad fact about Kinsey the man is that by failing to recognize love, an overreaching human emotion clearly absent from his research, he considered it to be the dirtiest word of all.
www.offoffoff.com /film/2004/kinsey.php   (702 words)

 What Was The Kinsey Report?
Before Kinsey, sex was largely viewed as an event conducted between married men and women, and that for women, it was mostly a utilitarian exercise for procreation.
Kinsey's data indicated that 92% of males reported having masturbated, as opposed to 62% of females.
This study of Kinsey's methods took 6 years to complete, and by the time it was finished, much of the financial support for Kinsey's research had been lost.
www.jackinworld.com /library/articles/kinsey.html   (766 words)

 CWA - The Truth about Alfred Kinsey
Kinsey's work has been instrumental in advancing acceptance of pornography, homosexuality, abortion, and condom-based sex education, and his disciples even today are promoting a view of children as "sexual beings." Their ultimate goal: to normalize pedophilia, or "adult-child sex."
Kinsey's studies have had an enormous impact on the law and the culture, despite later evidence that the research was fatally flawed and even involved cover-ups of child rape.
Kinsey was a silent partner in the molestation of hundreds of children.
www.cwfa.org /kinsey.asp   (763 words)

 village voice > news > Sex, Actually by Jessica Winter
In Kinsey (opening November 12), Condon, who won the adapted-screenplay Oscar for Gods and Monsters, sidesteps the "biopic thing" with a disciplined formal conceit: The film takes shape as Kinsey's sexual case history, as if the man of science (Liam Neeson) were one of his own research subjects.
Amassing material for the script, Condon sought out Kinsey's surviving colleagues and posed his share of delicate queries about their mentor, who didn't blanch at turning himself and his co-workers into lab rats of human desire.
Kinsey was a secretive man, and he didn't show his emotions easily.
www.villagevoice.com /issues/0444/winter.php   (884 words)

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