currently collecting data for their dissertation on mental health care amongst trans and gender-diverse folks.
In brief, we're asking TGD folks to join a Zoom call with one of our trained assistants for 1.5 to 2 hours to complete several surveys online. We pay all participants $20. During the session, individuals are asked to fill out a series of self-report surveys. These sessions have minimal risk, do not include audio or video recording, and all personal information is confidential.
This survey is looking for people to participate in a study who are willing to share their experiences as LGBTQ+ People of Color. Additional information will be gathered about mental and physical health outcomes, intersectional discrimination, religious affiliations, spiritual beliefs and demographic information.
There are no direct benefits to participating. However participants are provided a link to participate in an opportunity drawing for a $20 amazon gift card.
Participants qualify for this study if they are 18 years of age or older, identify as an LGBTQ+ Person of Color and currently reside in and take the survey within the United States.
Participants will be required to complete a series of questionnaires and short answer questions based on their personal experiences. The study should take approximately 30 minutes.
The results may be published in scientific or student papers and presented at conferences or in classrooms or other venues.
Have you or a loved one experienced a barrier to healthcare access because of anti-trans legislation or government overreach?
If so, we want to hear from you!
We are conducting research interviews with people who identify as cisgender or transgender men, have (or have had) sex with men, and are ages 40 or above. The purpose of our study is to understand how digital technologies -- and specifically dating applications -- shape people's experiences with sex and sexual identity. Although there is some research that explains the role digital technologies play in sexuality and sexual identities, participants of these studies are largely in their 20s and 30s. The dearth of perspectives from older adults in this literature means we know little about how technologies inform sexuality and sexual identities throughout the life course. Our study aims to uplift the voices of older men who have sex with men and their experiences using digital dating applications.
Enrolling in the study means participating in a one-time, virtual (on Zoom, Facetime, phone, etc.), informal conversation about your life experiences, sexual and romantic experiences, and experiences with using dating applications. All participants will receive a $25 gift card as a thank you for their participation
Looking for participants for a survey study exploring the experiences and factors that affect the help-seeking intentions of transgender men and transmasculine individuals.
This survey should take 25-30 minutes to complete and participants may withdraw from the survey at any time. There are no anticipated risks associated with participating in this study. This study has been approved by the Institutional Review Board (Ref: H23649) at Georgia State University.
To participate in the study, participants must meet the following criteria:
18 years or older
Identify as a transgender man or transmasculine
The Stigma, Psychopathology, and Assessment (SPLAT) Lab at the University of Michigan is currently recruiting LGBTQ+ individuals who have been diagnosed with borderline personality disorder or experience various psychiatric symptoms for the SPECTRUM Study. We would appreciate your help in disseminating information about our study among your membership.
We are recruiting LGBTQ+ individuals between the ages of 18-35 around the United States to participate in our study. Participants may be compensated up to $175 for participation in the study. Participation in the study will assist us in understanding the nature of mental health and associated experiences specific to LGBTQ+ individuals.