Morrison Hall, home of the Kinsey Institute, is closed to the public for renovations during Fall semester 2016.

The Kinsey Institute 

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The Kinsey Institute is powered by curiosity and inspired by humanity. 

Our mission: To foster and promote a greater understanding of human sexuality and relationships through impactful research, outreach, education, and historical preservation

Our vision: To be the premier research institute on human sexuality and relationships


Kinsey flower logo
Kinsey flower logo
Kinsey flower logo

Our Logo

The Flower of Aphrodite is the symbol of the Kinsey Institute. In Greek mythology, Aphrodite is the goddess of love, beauty, and sexual rapture. Her flower, the red anemone, symbolizes love and the rebirth of spring. The stylized flower comprises six vesica piscii. Aphrodite held the number six sacred for its representation of equilibrium, harmony, and balance.

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Sexuality, love, and relationships are essential to our individual and collective well-being. Your support will help the Kinsey Institute advance research and education in the science of love, sexuality, and well-being, and give a diverse field of researchers the resources they need to make new discoveries.

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