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I love that Liam Neeson, but I felt the documentary was all-in-all much more satyifisng. It addresses Kinsey's strategies for encouraging forthcoming interviews and shows why his scientific training and commitment was ideal for this first-of-its-kind study. There is stuff on the personal life and character of Kinsey, too, but somewhat de-emphasized compared to the movie.The great legacy from Kinsey that the medical and/or moral concepts of normal and abnormal obscure the scientific study of (and thus the phenomena) of sex.

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