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Wardell Pomeroy

Colleague of Alfred Kinsey who have helped him carry out his influential sex analysis and co-authored with him his landmark books: Sexual Behavior in the Individual Man in 1948 and Sexual Behavior in the Individual Feminine in 1953. A scientific psychologist by schooling, he conducted almost half from the 18,000 interviews that shaped the foundation of Kinsey’s two-volume function ‘Intimate Behavior in the Individual Man’ and ‘Intimate Behavior in the Individual Feminine.’ After Kinsey’s loss of life, he released a biography of the physician that attributed his achievement in analysis to his capability to get visitors to open up. He previously two sons and a girl along with his wife of 64 years, Martha Sindling. Chris O’Donnell portrayed him in the 2004 biopic, Kinsey.

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