Surveys & Research Studies

Please Note: Research and surveys are vital to getting data that can serve the needs of our community. However, there are studies and research can be conducted in harmful ways. If you are participating in studies we recommend asking questions and doing everything you can to keep yourself safe and healthy in the process. You can always inquire with the research study about their Independent Review Board and certifications for the study. 


Are you a transgender man, transmasculine, or nonbinary person who uses testosterone? Make a difference with LGBTQIA+ health research! PRIDEnet is conducting 1-on-1 interviews to understand transgender and nonbinary people’s experiences accessing healthcare related to their pelvic and sexual health. Examples include accessing healthcare for common genital infections (like bacterial vaginosis, yeast infection, and UTIs), genital atrophy, endometriosis, pelvic pain, and polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), among other topics. Participants will receive a $50 gift card! Participation is confidential, online, and flexible to your schedule. Learn more and sign up at: https://goto.stanford.edu/tmgyn


CSUDH Transgender Athlete Compensated Study

Do you or anyone you know, identify as a transgender athlete and are over the age of 18? Please consider being a part of our quantitative research study focusing on exploring the relationship  between sport commitment, quality of life, self-efficacy, and perceived social support and barriers in transgender athletes. With the knowledge of various health benefits of sport participation and the current barriers trans athletes’ face in their environment, it is important to understand the factors that are related to their participation and how it affects their quality of life. Participants will have a chance to enter a raffle for an opportunity to win a $40 Amazon gift card. Two winners will be selected. Please email Celine Ly at [email protected] if you have any questions, and scan the QR code on the flyer for more information on how to participate. Thank you for your consideration!


Bold Vision Youth Thriving Survey (English & Español)

The TransLatin@ Coalition invites you to participate in Bold Vision LA’s Youth Thriving Survey, which aims to identify crucial gaps in services for youth in LA County and gives youth the opportunity to share their needs and concerns directly with LA funded youth-servicing organization. The Bold Vision Youth Thriving Survey is meant for people ages 15-24 years old living in Los Angeles County. It’s 30 questions long and takes about 15 mins to complete. The survey is available in English and Spanish and participants will receive a $10 visa gift card 1-2 weeks after completion by using an active email or phone number.

Click here to access the Bold Vision Youth Thriving Survey.

Ayúdenos a comprender como crear mejores condiciones para los jóvenes LGBTQIA+ en el condado de Los Ángeles, especialmente para los jóvenes negros, indigenas, y de color históricamente marginados. Eres elegible para participar en este estudio si tienes entre 15-24 años, hablas inglés, y vivez en el condado de Los Ángeles. Se le pagará con una tarjeta de regalo de $10 por correo eletrónico o mensaje de texto depués de completar la encuesta.

Haga clic aquí para realizar la encuesta en linea.


 

Claremont Graduate University Research Study for Trans Men of Color

Gene Luzala is a trans man of color currently seeking fellow trans men of color to participate in a voluntary research study for their PhD in Cultural Studies. Participants must be 21+, trans masculine, AFAB and BIPOC. If selected, participants will fill out a short survey and will be interviewed via Zoom, which will be recorded. Anonymity is available for participants if they’d like. The cut off date to sign up is August 1st, 2024, and if selected, you will be contacted right away and your Zoom interview will be scheduled at your convenience. For more information and to participate, contact Gene Luzala at [email protected] or 562-393-8253.

Transgender Men of Color
PhD Student at Claremont Graduate University – Participate Remotely

More about this study
Hi, I’m Gene Luzala, a trans man of color and a dedicated PhD student in Cultural Studies, embarking on an exciting journey of research. My focus? The fascinating intersection of multiple identities and its profound influence on the development of masculine identity in trans men of color. This study employs interview and oral history methods, as I am motivated to unearth the compelling life stories and diverse experiences that have shaped you into the remarkable individual you are today.

Who can participate?
Adults 21+ Trans masculine, transgender men, AFAB (Assigned Female At Birth), FTM identified people of color.

What can I expect?
You’ll fill out a short survey and if chosen, you’ll be Interviewed remotely via Zoom using video and audio that will be recorded. Remaining anonymous is a possibility.

[email protected]
562-393-8253


COMPASS: Community MPOX Awareness Sex Worker Survey

COMPASS takes place at the McDonald/Wright Building, 1625 Schrader Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028. The results will be used for prevention of new infections and increasing vaccinations. The eligibility for COMPASS is anyone who is 18 years or older and has engaged in sex work in the past year. All genders and sexualities are welcome!


 

 

SURVEY: Gender, Sexuality, and You!

If you identify as trans (binary, non-binary or gender nonconforming), we would like to hear from you! We are LGBTQ+ researchers from Montclair State University in New Jersey and are conducting a study to see how gender affects sexuality. Our anonymous and confidential survey will only take you about 10 minutes to complete.  Your contribution will be much appreciated by professionals who work with LGBTQ+ clients.  Your participation can help others become more aware of transgender issues.  We thank you for your time and openness. William Baker, PhD, Leslie Kooyman, PhD, and Mason Costeira, MA are conducting this study.  If you have any questions, please send us an email. [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] This study has been approved by the Montclair State University Institutional Review Board, MSU IRB # FY20-21-2122. Survey link below: https://montclair.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eeXOFCapStzOk7k  


Autistic Transgender People’s Gender-Affirming Care Experiences

Hello! My name is Nic Rios, and I am a neurodivergent nonbinary person studying sociology at the Graduate Center, City University of New York. I’m running a research study on autistic transgender people’s experiences accessing transition-related healthcare. If you are both autistic and transgender, over 18 years old, living in the United States, and you’ve tried to access gender-affirming medical interventions, then I would love to speak to you! I’m especially interested in speaking to people who had problems getting HRT or surgeries, but people with other experiences are welcome to reach out. The study involves a 45-90 minute interview over Zoom. Accommodations can be made to carry out the interview over email. The interview will ask questions about your experiences of trying to begin or further your medical transition. Compensation for this interview is a $25 Amazon gift card, or another $25 gift card of your choice. This will be sent over email within 48 hours after our interview has finished. – Nic Nic Rios PhD Candidate in Sociology The Graduate Center, City University of New York [email protected] Pronouns: they/them  


 

Research Study from Washington State University

We are creating a questionnaire that will help researchers and health care providers better understand transgender patients’ needs and experiences, and we are looking for feedback. Participating in this study would include having a video interview with one of the study creators, who identifies as a transgender man, to discuss the questionnaire and your thoughts about it (about 1 hour). All participants who complete the interview will receive $25 for their time in the form of an Amazon gift card. Your answers will not be identifiable, and your interview will not be linked with your personal information.

Study has been approved by the Washington State University Institutional Review Board, and we are happy to answer questions you might have about the study. Please reach out to Kyle Schofield ([email protected]) if you have any questions or concerns.

You are eligible to participate if you identify as transgender, are over the age of 18, are located in the United States, and have had a health care visit in the past year. If you are eligible and would like to participate, please go to this link to complete a short survey:

https://wsu.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bNOLsA8KQD5T5X0


 As non-binary and intersex identities are becoming more visible and understood by the public, there remains very little data and research around mental health and related issues/challenges regarding non-binary and intersex people. The objective of the Non-Binary & Intersex Mental Health Survey is to promote mental health services, reduce stigma and barriers to mental health services for the non-binary and intersex communities, and increase the capacity of the public mental health system in Los Angeles County. Participants do not need to be a current LA County resident, just have either lived in LA County or utilized any LA County services. If they choose, they will be entered to win one of $100 gift cards in our drawing after the survey closes in late July. The Non-Binary and Intersex Mental Health Survey is a project of LA County’s Department of Mental Health, and has Non-Binary & Intersex folx involved in the administration of the survey. To register for the focus group, or learn more, please visit: www.tinyurl.com/nbilasurvey


Sex Education Research Study Hello! We are researchers from the Washington State University Psychology Department. We are conducting a psychology research project on the well-being of gender minority students, including transgender, gender non-binary, and gender non-conforming students. This research has been certified exempt for review by the WSU Institutional Review Board. WHO CAN PARTICIPATE: For our study, we are seeking participants who identify themselves as a gender minority (not cisgender), ages 18-26 years old, speak fluent English, and have experienced sex education. We are working with organizations at institutions throughout the country to help us recruit participants, and you may be receiving this information from an organization you are a member of or affiliated with. WHAT IT CONSISTS OF: Participants will complete an online survey that will take about 15 minutes on a voluntary basis. Upon successful completion of the online survey, participants will have the opportunity to enter a raffle draw for one of five $50 Amazon gift cards. All responses to the survey will be completely anonymous. The survey includes some sensitive questions regarding mental and sexual health, sexuality, gender identity, and other personal information. All information is kept anonymous and confidential. Any questions can be sent to Gregory Keiser at [email protected]. This study has been certified exempt for human subjects review by the Washington State University Institutional Review Board. If you are interested in participating, please visit the following secure website link below. Thank you very much for your consideration!