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Old 01-30-2013, 03:57 AM
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Originally Posted by TiMCbyats View Post
I did not visit the link but I can see that it goes to the Kinsey Institute. I wonder why you assume that "almost everybody knows" Kinsey's research. Of course, I knew of him and knew he did research in sex, having occasionally come across a magazine article that referenced his work, and I loved the film with Liam Neeson, but have never been familiar with any of Kinsey's findings, and never heard of the Kinsey scale until I started visiting this forum two years ago, at age 50.

So, I pretty much went my whole life without really knowing anything about Kinsey's work. Surely, I am not alone in this regard. I'm curious - what makes you think "almost everyone knows" it?

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Originally Posted by BreatheDeeply View Post
And I'm bringing this up for the sake of awareness. And I'm doing it in this forum, where I know people will get what I'm saying.
Sorry, but I've read and re-read your posts in this thread several times and still have no idea what it is you're saying. What, exactly, is the point you're trying to make?
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