Kinsey Report, 50 Years Later Fifty years ago, researcher Alfred Kinsey made the private lives of Americans public, and changed how we think about sex. We talk about a new biopic that explores Kinsey's legacy.
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Fifty years ago, researcher Alfred Kinsey made the private lives of Americans public, and changed how we think about sex. We talk about a new biopic that explores Kinsey's legacy.

Guests:

Billy Condon, director of Kinsey. Director of Gods and Monsters and writer of Chicago.

Rev. Peter Sprigg, director of marriage and family studies at the Family Research Council

James H. Jones, author of Kinsey: Public/Private Life

Stephanie Sanders, associate director of the Kinsey Institute