Saw this film last night. Liked it. He was an ambitious guy, and, bottom-line for me, he changed history. I cannot imagine what my life would have been like if he had not done the work he did.
Would like to know how accurate the movie was to the known facts of his life and work. It struck me as balanced between the much less pleasant – even unethical, and fair to the spirit and intention of his vision. He doesn’t come across as a hero, just driven. Compelled, even. I think one would have to be to face the criticism and scorn he endured. And, they absolutely went too far in many respects. But as far as the basics of identifying the wide range of natural human sexual practices? Thanks.

The conservative Concerned Women for America have their propaganda machine in full swing. No doubt they’ve got some legitimate complaints, but wouldn’t it be nice if we could manage to not use the negative to try and completely eradicate the positive?
The Kinsey Institute is still doing necessary and beneficial work.
Some info on the movie.

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