They actually reported a 71 percent success rate in converting homosexuals into heterosexuals over a six year period. As noted by the Los Angeles Times television critic, the series "hangs on bones of fact"; "it's more useful for the viewer to think of it as all made up. Masters left her in to wed his high school sweetheart.
New York City Los Angeles. Before conducting the study on "regular people" test subjects, Masters really did use prostitutes — initially. New York Magazine.
Embed this visual. Which saddens admirers such as Stiritz. What's in a name? The demand for layered dramas was rampant and while the streets of Baltimore had already found their voice, New England had yet to be spoken for. As reflected in the show, the study did, indeed, begin with prostitutes.
Related Topics Lists. More Stories.
Retrieved September 12, At least, that was how he described it. Masters and Johnson were some of the first people to really delve into sexual research, especially since it was so stigmatized and overlooked as a legitimate area of study. In real life, the hundreds of men and women Masters and Johnson got for the study were not all in industry-standard shape.
Views Read Edit View history.
More Stories. Added by RFox November 19, That was a way of picking up some extra money to help float the boat financially.