It should take 10-12 minutes to complete.
Everyone who completes the survey by April 30th, 2018 may enter into an optional drawing to win one of twenty US $50 cash prizes, or if you win, you can designate a charity to receive the $50.
Female Sexual Functioning Questionnaire by Kirsten Fox
Please consider participating if you:
-Are a cis-gender woman (a woman who was assigned female sex at birth and currently identifies with the female gender).
-Are an adult (18 years or older).
-Are currently sexually active or have been sexually active in the past 4 weeks
-Live in the United States
Please click on the link below for more information:
The PRIDE Study is a large-scale, long-term health study of people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ), or another sexual or gender minority. By participating in The PRIDE Study over time, your unique story teaches us about the health and well-being of LGBTQ people like you. All it takes is an annual 30 minute questionnaire.
To participate, please click here.
For more information about the study, who conducts it, and your participation, read below.Read more
TGNC Parents Project
Listening to the Diverse Voices of Trans and Non-Binary Parents
Seeking trans and non-binary parents to participate in online survey!
1. Identify as transgender, genderfluid, genderqueer, gender variant, any non-binary identity, or any gender that differs from the sex you were assigned at birth.
2. Identify as a parent to one or more children.
3. Are 18 or older.
4. Are interested in discussing your experience with pregnancy and/or parenting.
... then a team of LGBTQ and allied researchers at Palo Alto University would love to hear from you!
This survey was created by members of the LGBTQ community and allies who hope to learn from the voices of all parents whose gender differs from the sex they were assigned at birth in order to support their well-being and highlight their resiliency.
Immigrant Crime Survey
The National Immigrant Women’s Advocacy Project at American University Washington College of Law is conducting a survey designed to learn about barriers that may prevent foreign-born, immigrant, and limited English proficient victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, dating violence, child abuse, elder abuse, and human trafficking from seeking justice system (police, prosecutors, courts) and social services assistance. We are seeking your assistance in helping us collect information from police, prosecutors, judges, court staff, victim advocates, attorneys, and others serving immigrant victims in communities across the country. The data we will collect in this survey will provide valuable information that will assist in the development of training, materials, and tools that will promote greater access to justice for immigrant crime victims. The survey results will also support advocacy to implement the protections for immigrant victims created by the Violence Against Women Act and the Trafficking Victims Protection Act over the course of the past decades.
Thank you in advance for taking the time to complete the surveys linked below and for helping us by forwarding this survey to those you work with in your communities and nationally who encounter immigrant survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, stalking, and child abuse in their work. Your help in forwarding this survey to judges, court staff, police, and prosecutors will be particularly appreciated.
We are including links to four surveys designed for four different groups of survey participants. Please complete the one designed for your area of professional expertise.
Advocates and attorneys: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/AdvocatesAttorneysSurveyOct2017
Law Enforcement: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PoliceSurveyOct2017
Thank you in advance for your assistance and for taking valuable time to complete these surveys. We expect to be distributing the survey results widely by the end of this year.
Leslye E. Orloff
Director, National Immigrant Women's Advocacy Project (NIWAP, pronounced new-app)
American University, Washington College of Law
Participants must be 18 years old or older, live in the United States, and identify as nonbinary or genderqueer (or as any other gender identity that does not fit neatly into the accepted man/woman gender binary).
Follow this link to participate in this survey.
You can also email the researcher Mac Bolt directly at: email@example.com for more information.
Are you currently ,married to a same-sex spouse? Are you over 18 years of age? If so, you are eligible to participate in a research study being conducted at Syracuse University.Read more
We are pleased to invite your participation in Giving Men a Voice, a study of gay and bisexual men and their service providers. Funded by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, this study is exploring the health and sexual experiences of Black and Latino men who have sex with men (MSM) in the New York City area, and how their service providers respond to these issues.Read more
Yale School of Public Health's ESTEEM Program is holding two studies for LGBTQ people: The ESTEEM Study and the Project EQuIP Study. Click read more or read below about the opportunities!Read more