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LGBTQIA+ Health Information Resources

Databases for LGBTQIA+ Health-Related Research

The Kinsey Institute

Kinsey Institute

The Kinsey Institute is located at Indiana University and serves as a trusted source for critical issues in sexuality, gender, and reproduction. Established in 1947 by Dr. Alfred Kinsey, the Institute for Sex Research (ISR) established two primary goals: to continue the team's research on human sexual behavior; and to administer research resources, including research materials, a library, case histories, and other related materials. In 1981, the ISR was renamed The Kinsey Institute for Sex Research.
The Kinsey Institute Collections can be access through the online catalog. The Collections encompass print materials, film and video, fine art, artifacts, photography, and archives. Questions about the Library and Special Collections can be directed to

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