Data Slicer – Kinsey Report embeds statistics on the sexual behavior of men in a kitchen tool, as a continuation of the Data Slicer – Fruitfulness project, which focuses on female fertility data.
Since early times the banana is considered as a symbol of the male sexual organ and male sexuality. Corresponding to the Kinsey Report statistics, the slicers cut the bananas in pieces accordingly to a number of extramarital sexual partners from males, duration of foreplay in marriages and the sources of the first ejaculation from males.
The Kinsey Reports started in 1948 as a landmark sexuality research project by Alfred Kinsey, a pioneer in the research field of human’s sexual behavior, and his works, among other reasons, also led to the sexual revolution in the 60s. In face-to-face interviews, Kinsey’s team selected data from 5200 males and 5940 females, with a majority of participants with a college education.