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Kinsey Institute Research in the News

Valentine's Day always spurs an interest in Kinsey Institute research relating to sex, attraction and relationships. Here are some media highlights from the month of love:

USA Today, February 2, 2014. "Many singles looking for love, but not marriage."
Article examines a variety of results from the latest Singles in America survey from Match.com.

Huffington Post, February 6, 2014. "These Are The People Having The Most Orgasms In America."
Article examines selected findings of the annual Match.com Singles in America study, with commentary by Kinsey Institute researcher Dr. Justin Garcia.

New York Times Magazine, February 6, 2014. "Does a More Equal Marriage Mean Less Sex?"
Kinsey Institute Scientist Dr. Justin Garcia comments in an article on attraction and sexual activity in marriages that embrace more equality in domestic responsibility compared to more traditional arrangements.

New York Times, February 7, 2014. "Talking to Children About Consent."
Q&A with IU researcher and Kinsey Institute sex educator Dr. Debby Herbenick about discussing topics of sexuality and sexual safety with children.

Anything to report? Indiana University's Kinsey Institute has an app that allows users to anonymously report public displays of affection as well as private sexual activity or fantasies on this day of romance. (Richard Drew / Associated Press / February 14, 2014)

Wall Street Journal, February 12, 2014. "The State of Love and Sex in Single America."
Video interview with Dr. Justin Garcia and Dr. Helen Fisher on the results of the Singles in America study from Match.com.

Los Angeles Times, February 14, 2014. "Want to dish about Valentine's Day sex? There's an app for that."
Article reports on the Valentine's Day survey available on the Kinsey Reporter app,with examples of questions, and comments from both Dr. Stephanie Sanders and Filippo Menczer.

"Noon Edition", Indiana Public Media, February 14, 2014. "The Science Behind Love."
Radio interview about what science can tell us about love relationships, mate choice, and health factors of love -- with Kinsey Institute researcher Dr. Justin Garcia and Dr. Michael Reece, Professor of Public Health at Indiana University.

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