First, let me thank you for agreeing to participate in our survey. We are building this from the ground up and can't possibly do it without you. These questions are designed to help us determine what's currently working for survivors of sexual violence in your community and where the gaps exist. We want to know who is getting it right, and how they are doing it. The results of this survey will be used to ensure that our online tools for survivors are comprehensive, inclusive and well resourced. I anticipate this survey taking between 15-30 minutes to complete, depending on how many resources you have to share.
The 'me too.' Movement is by and about survivors. We are building what we need together. Thank you for your participation. Thank you for trusting us. Thank you for standing up.
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Researchers at Case Western Reserve University are conducting an online study. The goal of the study is to see what is the association between trauma and other life experiences in transgender, homosexual, bisexual, and queer adults versus in cisgender heterosexual adults, and whether these experiences are associated with resilience or psychological symptoms. In this study you will be asked about your experiences of trauma and discrimination, your emotions, and your experiences. The study should take about 45–60 minutes to complete and should be completed in a private setting, free of distractions.
To access the survey, please go to https://cwru.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3DY5LwhbHp6Yof3
This study is being conducted by Amy Przeworski, Ph.D. in the Department of Psychological Sciences at Case Western Reserve University. You may contact Amy at 216-368-5022 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Exploring Gendered Pregnancy Norms with Butch-identified Lesbians and Genderqueer Individuals
- Do you identify as: Genderqueer? Butch? Masculine of center? or something else similar?
- Have you been pregnant?
If yes, we want to talk to you about your experiences! Contact Dr. Jama Shelton at email@example.com or 646.797.6107 for more information or to schedule an interview.
The goals of this study are to
Participants will be compensated with a $25 AmEx gift card & a round-trip Metrocard.
Hunter College IRB statement: This study (2017-1032) has been reviewed by the Human Research Protection Program (HRPP) at Hunter College/CUNY. If you would like to speak to someone other than the researcher, you can contact CUNY Research Compliance Administrator at 646-664-8918. If you have any questions about the study, please contact Jama Shelton at 212-396-7548 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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 find out more about the study and to participate, please click here.
For more information about the study, who conducts it, and your participation, read below.Read more
To qualify to participate in this project, 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).
You can also email the researcher Mac Bolt directly at: email@example.com for more information.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.
We are recruiting service providers from a variety of disciplines and settings to participate in individual interviews, during which we will learn about your professional background and experiences delivering services, in particular for MSM who identify as Black or Latino. Interviews will take approximately 90 minutes, and can be held at our offices in Chelsea or Lower Manhattan, or in a private space at your workplace. Each service provider will receive a $30 honorarium for participation.
If you'd like to learn more about this initiative or arrange an interview, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-845-4412 or 212-845-4411. Your participation and the information you share are protected by a certificate of confidentiality.
Please feel free to forward this announcement to other service providers and organizations who may be interested. We appreciate your consideration and hope to meet with you soon!
Yale School of Public Health's ESTEEM Program is holding two studies for LGBTQ people: The ESTEEM Study and the Project EQuIP Study.
Seeking gay and bisexual men aged 18+ for a 20-minute Yale University online study. Participate in a study different types of therapy to improve the health and wellbeing of gay and bisexual men in NYC!
Are you a queer, lesbian, or bisexual woman? We are currently recruiting queer, lesbian, and bisexual women for our new study called Project EQuIP: Empowering Queer Identities in Psychotherapy. This is a study on psychotherapy for lesbian, bisexual, and queer women. This online survey will cover topics related to sexuality, alcohol use, and mental health. The survey will take approximately 5 to 10 minutes to complete, and you must be at least 18 years old to complete it. Participants will earn $50 for completing a 60-90 minute interview, and will help to develop an LGBTQ-affirmative mental health program created by and for queer women. You may receive up to $225 and free therapy.
Participants Wanted - Are you Latino and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or Transgender? Researchers at the University of Iowa are exploring the lives of LGBT Latinos, their families and their communities.
You are invited to participate in a study examining the roles family religiosity, acculturation, gender,navigation of identities, mental distress and acceptance plays in the lives of LGBT Latino individuals. The purpose of this research study is to determine the role of family religiosity, acculturation, gender effects, navigation of identities, acceptance and mental distress that may have occurred due to these aspects in the lives of LGBT self-identified Latino individuals. Data will be collected via semi-structured phone interviews, consisting of 11 questions exploring the influence of these factors.
The study takes 30-40 minutes and involves filling out a short survey online then having a phone interview about LGBT Latinos. Participants must be 18 and older.
If you are interested, please click here to complete a survey and indicate what times you would be available to interview.
If you have any questions about the research study itself, please contact Dumayi Gutierrez at email@example.com or 319-335-5259.