1956: Dr. Charles Alfred Kinsey, Kinsey Institute at Indiana University, dies. Fertility surgeon and specialist, Dr. William Howell Masters, also fascinated with the science surrounding human sexuality, meets future research partner, Virginia Ellis Johnson, at Washington University in Missouri. Written by
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William H. Masters
and Virginia Johnson
's work began in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Washington University in St. Louis and continued at the not-for-profit research institution they founded in St. Louis in 1964. It was called the "Reproductive Biology Research Foundation" and renamed the "Masters & Johnson Institute" in 1978. See more
The art seen in Virginia's child's comic book is of a modern style. Additionally, the printing of the comic book is modern and not the four-color printing that was in use at the time. See more
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