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Medicine: 5,940 Women

(See Cover) Four men collected the information, traveling across the U.S. for 15 years with the patient persistence of secret agents. They tried to be...

The Press: Headline of the Week

In the Washington Daily News: SIR WINSTON JOINS NOBELITY Censorship by Contract Several months before his latest book was published. Sexologist Alfred C...

Medicine: Babes in Kinseyland

When Sigmund Freud shocked the world by declaring that sexuality begins in the cradle and is a vital force in a child's life before ever he reaches puberty,...

Medicine: Behavior, After Kinsey

In the 15 weeks since its publication, Dr. Alfred C. Kinsey's Sexual Behavior in the Human Male has risen nearly to the top of the bestseller list. (The...

FRANCE: Never on Monday

It has long been believed—especially in France—that the French more or less invented sex and even enjoy a monopoly on it, or at least on some of its more...

Physiology: Problems of Sex

Its language is deliberately dry and technical. Most of its passages would be Greek to Fanny Hill, hardly recognizable to Frank Harris. But the book, Human...

The Press: K-Day

In London last week, the world's biggest daily, the tabloid Mirror (circ. 4,432,700) got out its three-inch type for a single banner headline: WOMEN. In...

Medicine: Kinsey Continued

The Kinsey report will go on—and on. Dr. Paul H. Gebhard, an anthropologist and the new executive director of Indiana University's Institute for Sex Research,...

Medicine: Speaking Biologically

Dr. Alfred C. Kinsey dropped down to Little Rock, Ark. last week to discuss his specialty at the sixth annual conference of neuropsychiatrists. Lecturing on...

Medicine: Capsules, Apr. 29, 1957

&#182 The late Alfred C. Kinsey's famed sex studies, threatened with financial anemia as support from the Rockefeller Foundation-National Research Council was...

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