Participants

Have you ever wanted to take part in a sex study? Here’s your chance! This page is updated regularly with calls for participation from sex scientists across the globe. Feel free to participate in as many studies as you would like. However, please be sure to review the eligibility criteria first to ensure that you’re a good fit for a given study before signing up. Thanks for contributing to the science of sex!

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Researchers

Would you like to add your study to this page? Just complete the form below. You will need to supply the title and weblink/contact information for your study, a sentence about the selection criteria, and a sentence or two describing what will be asked of participants. You will also need to provide the anticipated end date for data collection, as well as confirm that your study has been approved by an IRB or ethics committee.

Active Sex Studies

Evaluate Lived Experiences of SGM Individuals in the UK

Brunel University London

The goal of this project is to examine the lived experiences of those who identify as a sexual and/or gender minority (SGM), with a focus on understanding the individual and relational well-being of SGM individuals living in the UK. If you are 18 years or older, self-identify as SGM, and live in the UK, please feel free to participate in our survey (and possibly win one of five £10 Amazon vouchers). [Added October 31, 2021]

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Black Lesbian Identity & Cultural Work In The United States

Indiana University

Dr. Stephanie Andrea Allen is conducting research for her book on Black lesbian writers/artists and their contributions to literary and popular culture in the United States and to Black and LGBTQ communities. Participants must be over the age of 18 years old; live in the United States; identify as Black or African American; be currently or previously engaged as a writer, filmmaker, artist, or other cultural worker; identify as lesbian or a same-gender attracted woman/person (cis, trans, or non-binary); and be willing to participate in a 1-2 hour virtual or phone interview. Participants will receive one $25 gift card for their participation. If you are interested in participating in this study, please email Dr. Stephanie Andrea Allen at sa15@iu.edu [Added August 22, 2021]

Sexual Behaviors of Men Who Have Sex with Men

University of Kansas

The purpose of this study is to better understand how men who have sex with men (MSM) think about and communicate about their sexual behaviors. We are looking for volunteers who are at least 18 years old and who are MSM (e.g., gay, bisexual, pansexual). If you have any questions, feel free to contact the researchers: Eddie Wright, M.A., Graduate Student (ejwright@ku.edu); Charlene Muehlenhard, Ph.D., Faculty Advisor (charlene@ku.edu). [Added August 22, 2021]

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Multi-Partner Maintenance

University of South Carolina Salkehatchie

If you are currently in one (or more) romantic and/or sexual relationship(s), please participate in our study about how people maintain multiple intimate partners. You do not need to have more than one partner to participate. You may participate in one (or all!) of the following studies: Survey #1, Survey #2, and Survey #3. [Added May 3, 2021]

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Expressive Arts Sex Therapy

Modern Sex Therapy Institutes

Currently recruiting licensed mental health practitioners to participate in an exploratory qualitative research study. Interviews will be conducted to better understand the intersection of art therapy or expressive art therapy techniques within sex therapy practices. Participants must be over the age of 18 years old; a licensed mental health professional; have had additional training or certification in Expressive Arts Therapy or Art Therapy and additional training or certification in Sex Therapy; and currently providing direct clinical practice to clients. If you are interested in participating in this study, please complete the Participant Recruitment Survey here or email Nicole at nLandwehrMSW@gmail.com [Added April 28, 2021]

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Couples Desire Study

Dalhousie University

The purpose of this study is to better understand the impact of low sexual desire on couples’ sexual, relationship, and overall well-being. We are seeking couples residing in Canada or the US where one partner has been experiencing low sexual desire for at least 6-months. If eligible, participation will involve brief confidential, online daily surveys and 3 larger surveys. Please fill out this <1-minute form if you are interested and we will contact you with more information – or – contact us directly at desire@dal.ca. Our research aims to be inclusive of individuals of all gender identities, bodies, and sexual orientations. Compensation will be provided. [Added April 22, 2021]

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Online Study of Sexual and Other Life Experiences

Indiana University

This survey study is investigating the relationship between personality traits, perceptions of sexuality, and current and past life experiences, including sexual assault. Women ages 18-30 living in the United States are encouraged to take our very brief prescreen survey. If you are eligible to participate, we will send you a unique ID to access the surveys and ensure that no identifying information is linked to the responses you provide. Participants will complete 30-50 minutes of questionnaires and receive their choice of $10 eGift card from Amazon or Starbucks. [Added April 10, 2021]

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Sexual Opinions, Attitudes, and Knowledge

University of British Columbia

Seeking participants for a research study exploring opinions and attitudes about sex and sexuality. Eligible participants will be aged 18 and over and fluent in English. Participants will be asked to respond to a ~30 minute anonymous survey with questions about their background, as well as the degree to which they agree/disagree with statements relating to many aspects of sexuality. [Added April 9, 2021]

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Drinking & Sex Study

Widener University

Seeking participants for a research study about alcohol and sexual experiences! We are looking for people who are aged 18 and over and have had both drinking and consensual sexual experiences in the past year. Participation involves responding to a 15-minute anonymous survey. At the end of the survey, participants will have the option to enter a drawing for one of five $25 Amazon.com gift cards (entries will not be connected to survey data). [Added April 1, 2021]

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Orgasm Beliefs and Sexual Communication Study

Université du Québec à Montréal & University of Surrey

Orgasm is not only a physical experience; it can also be rich in meaning for many people. However, not much is currently known about these meanings and how they may be related to sexual communication. This study aims to better understand whether and how orgasm beliefs can be linked to people’s sexuality and how they communicate with their partner. We are looking for individuals who are 18 years of age or older, are in a committed relationship, and have been sexually active in the last 4 weeks to complete an anonymous 30 to 45-minute survey on orgasm beliefs, sexual communication, and sexual function. [Added March 29, 2021]

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Experiences of BDSMers with a History of Childhood Maltreatment

The Wright Institute

The purpose of this study is to examine the experiences of Bondage/Discipline, Dominance/Submission, and Sadomasochism (BDSM) practitioners who have an experience of childhood abuse and /or neglect. We are seeking participants 18 years and older who identify as BDSM practitioners, have a history of childhood abuse, report engaging in BDSM play that incorporates SM (Sadomasochism) and/or DS (Dominance and Submission), and have been engaged in the BDSM activities for a minimum of one year. This study has two components—a brief online survey and a two hour interview covering experiences in BDSM generally as well as how having a history of childhood trauma may relate to BDSM experiences (not all participants will be selected for an interview). This research will contribute to a psychology doctoral dissertation and is led by Alex Lotz-Nigh, M.A. at The Wright Institute, Berkeley, CA (alotz@wi.edu). The dissertation chair is Dr. Richard Sprott, Adjunct Faculty, Department of Human Development and Women’s Studies at California State University, East Bay (richard.sprott@csueastbay.edu). [Added March 29, 2021]

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Self-efficacy and Sexual Health Communication among Individuals with Language and Literacy Difficulties

Kwantlen Polytechnic University

The purpose of the proposed study is to explore how self-efficacy beliefs relate to sexual health and communication outcomes among individuals with language and literacy difficulties (including those with language disorders, learning disabilities, and autism spectrum disorder). You CAN participate in this study regardless of whether you have language-based disability. Eligibility – open to individuals over 18 years of age. [Added March 6, 2021]

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Perceptions of Variation in Female Genitalia

Kwantlen Polytechnic University

The purpose of this study is to examine opinions about the appearance of female genitalia. Participating in this study requires answering some questions about yourself (i.e., demographic questions such as your age, sexual orientation, and relationship status) and about your personal viewing habits (if any) of sexually explicit material. You will then be exposed to various images of vulvas and asked your opinion regarding their appearance. This study will take approximately 15 minutes of your time. Eligibility: open to individuals over 16 years of age. [Added January 31, 2021]

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Bisexual Women's Dating Habits: COVID-19 Impacts

New Mexico State University

Currently recruiting bisexual identifying women to participate in an hour long, exploratory qualitative study. The pandemic has shifted the way we date and approach sex, moving towards a virtual world. The aim of this project is to understand how trust is assessed and negotiated with individuals met through dating apps and online. Interview questions will be focused on sexual self-efficacy, safety perceptions (COVID-19 and sexual/physical violence), and assessment/negotiation skills when meeting people online. Participants must identify as a woman, bisexual (or someone who is sexually interested in more than one gender), over the age of 18, and has had sex/sexual contact before. If you are interested in participating please provide your contact information at the Qualtrics survey in this post or at lwhiteak@nmsu.edu. I will contact you in a timely manner with more information on the research project and next steps to the interview. [Added January 28, 2021]

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G-Date: Developing an online speed-dating app for men seeking men

Rowan University

We are currently developing an online speed-dating app for men seeking men. We are conducting focus groups to obtain input on how we can improve our app. If you are between the ages of 18-29, have had sexual contact with a man in the past 12 months, and have utilized dating and sexual networking apps within the past 12 months, please consider participating in one of our focus groups. These groups will be conducted online via Zoom, and will take approximately 2 hours. Participants will be awarded a $40 Amazon gift card for their time. The exact time and date will be dependent on participant availability. All information will be kept confidential. If you are interested, or you have any questions/concerns, please send us an email at ASSeRTLab@Rowan.edu [Added January 28, 2021]

Dungeon Monitor Decision-Making

Widener University

Seeking dungeon monitors to participate in a 60-90 minute one-on-one interview about their experiences. A 5-10 minute survey will gather information about dungeon monitors to help maximize diversity in the selection of interview participants, and it will ask for contact information. If a dungeon monitor is selected for an interview, the interview can be conducted via phone, video, or in person (depending on location and public health guidance). All information shared will be kept completely confidential. Eligibility: current dungeon monitors or individuals who have served as a dungeon monitor within the past 3 years. Dungeon monitors must have worked at least 5 shifts in their lifetime. Dungeon monitors must be over the age of 18 and reside in the United States. For more information, or if you have questions about this study, please contact the researcher at ahaymond@widener.edu. [Added January 11, 2021]

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Men’s Differential Identification with Woman-perpetrated Intimate Partner Victimization

Kwantlen Polytechnic University

We are researchers interested in examining men’s attitudes towards and identification with woman-perpetrated intimate partner violence. The study is open to men of any sexual orientation – at least 16 years of age – who have been in a relationship with or dated a woman. This study involves providing information about your attitudes, behaviors, and personal experiences (such as those involving various forms of relationship violence). You need only to have dated/been in a relationship with a woman to participate in this study! Complete our 30-minute ANONYMOUS online survey to share your responses! Eligibility: Men of any sexual orientation, 16+ years, who have been in a relationship with or dated a woman. [Added December 8, 2020]

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Faculty Experiences of Teaching Sexuality Content in Marriage and Family Therapy Training Programs

Widener University

Seeking faculty from master’s level MFT programs to participate in dissertation research about teaching sexuality content in MFT programs. The marriage and family therapy faculty must have taught a class with sexuality content within the last 3 years, and will be asked to complete a 60-90 minute one-on-one interview about their experiences teaching this content. The interview can be completed via video or voice only chat. All information shared will be kept completely confidential. Eligibility: must have taught sexuality content to Master’s level MFT trainees within the last 3 years. For more information, or if you have questions about this study, please contact the researcher at jakahn@widener.edu. [Added December 3, 2020]

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The Effects of Body Esteem on Self-perceived Sexual Desirability

Kwantlen Polytechnic University

We are psychologists interested in exploring men’s perceptions of their body image and how it relates to their sexuality. Participating in this study requires answering some questions about your demographics (e.g., your age, sexual orientation, and relationship status), and other questions related to your body image, sexual desire, and sexual activity. This study should take no more than 20 minutes to complete. Eligibility: Male-identified participants of any sexual orientation, over the age of 16 years. [Added December 1, 2020]

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Using an Experimental Self-Disclosure Exercise to Improve Sexual Satisfaction

American University

I am conducting a study to determine how engaging in self-disclosure might improve a person’s sex life with their partner(s). If you are over 18 years of age and have been in a romantic relationship for less than one year, reach out to dh6896a@student.american.edu for more information. Participation will include a 90-minute Zoom meeting with a one-week follow-up survey completed on your own time, and a 30-minute Zoom meeting as a one-month follow up. All participants will earn entries into a raffle for one of several gift cards to a restaurant in your area. [Added November 30, 2020]

Sexual Motivations Study

The purpose of this study is to investigate how certain factors influence sexual motivations. Participation is open to individuals 18 years and older. We will be asking you to indicate your sexual motivations with open-ended responses as well as questionnaire items. This study will take 20-30 minutes to complete. [Added November 30, 2020]

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The Influence of Body Shape on Impressions of Sexual Traits 2.0

Kwantlen Polytechnic University

We are interested in gathering opinions on the traits associated with different body types. Participating in this study requires answering some questions about yourself (i.e., demographic questions such as your age, sexual orientation, and relationship status). You will then be exposed to 3D-modelled bodies of various shapes and sizes and asked your opinion regarding their traits. This study will take approximately 25 minutes of your time. Eligibility: Individuals of all gender and sexual identities who are over the age of 16 years. [Added November 27, 2020]

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Intentions to Vaccinate for Human Papillomavirus

Kwantlen Polytechnic University

We are interested in opinions about Human Papillomavirus and vaccination. Participating in this study requires answering some questions about yourself (i.e., demographic questions such as your age, sexual orientation, and relationship status). You will then view an informational poster on HPV. This study will take approximately 25 minutes to complete.  You can participate in this study whether you’ve had, or not had, the HPV vaccine, and even if you know absolutely NOTHING about HPV. Eligibility: Individuals of all gender and sexual identities who are between 16-45 years of age. [Added November 27, 2020]

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Spilling the T: Understanding the Sexual Experiences of Black Transwomen

Xavier University

Selection Criteria: Open to black transwomen who are 18 and over. Participants are required to complete a survey and in-depth interview, if you meet the criteria and are interested in participating, please contact Taylor Crawford through email at tcrawfo8@xula.edu to receive a specialized survey link. Once the study requirements are completed, participants will receive a $20 VISA gift card. [Added November 16, 2020]

Substance Use and Sexual Activity

University of Arkansas

We’re currently recruiting participants 18 or older for a study on substance use and sexual activity. Participation entails completing a 20-minute survey online and answering questions related to sexual activity, alcohol and tobacco use, and attitudes about alcohol and sexual activity. Feel free to email Tiffany Marcantonio at tlmarcan@uark.edu should you have any questions about the study! [Added November 16, 2020]

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Polyamory and Identity

Texas Tech University

We’re currently recruiting participants for an online study about polyamory and identity. Participation entails completing a brief 30-45 minute survey, answering questions related to demographics, identity, and attitudes, and reading short statements. We are looking for polyamorous adults (18+). Participants will be entered in a drawing to win one of thirty $10 Amazon gift cards. Responses will be completely confidential. Feel free to email me at katarina.swaringen@ttu.edu with any questions about the study. [Added October 18, 2020]

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Romantic Relationships and Relocation Study

University of Toronto

This study follows couples who are relocating to a different city or country for one partner’s job/school in the near future. To be eligible for the study, both partners must be: (i) 18+ years old, (ii) currently living together, (iii) relocating for one partner’s job/schooling between one to six months from now, (iv) able to read and write in English, and (v) both willing to participate. Both partners complete surveys two months before the move, brief biweekly surveys for three months right after the move, and several follow-up surveys up to one year after the move. Participants will answer questions about their demographics, move-related experiences, relationship quality, sexual experiences, personal well-being, and personality. Given the longer-term commitment required in this study, participants can earn up to $120 CAD ($240 CAD per couple) in Amazon gift cards for their valuable time and effort. If you are interested in participating, please email our research team at utmrelocationstudy@gmail.com [Added September 30, 2020]

The Influence of Gender Socialization in Sexually Compliant Behaviours

Kwantlen Polytechnic University

This study examines different motivations that people may have for consenting to sexual situations during which they engage in sexual compliance – undesired but consensual sexual activity – that is NOT classified as rape or sexual assault.  Again, this involves situations where you agreed to participate in sexual activity despite not desiring it.  Those who have not ever been sexually compliant can still participate in this study. Participation will require answering some questions about yourself (e.g., demographic questions such as your age, ethnicity, and sexual orientation), about your personality, and about your sexual history and experiences. This study will take approximately 30 minutes of your time. Eligibility – Individuals of all gender and sexual identities who are over the age of 16 years. [Added September 25, 2020]

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Men and Heterosexual Oral Sex: An Exploration of the DJ Khaled Philosophy

Kwantlen Polytechnic University

The purpose of this study is to examine men’s attitudes and behaviours regarding oral sex encounters with women and will also evaluate attitudes toward masculinity, homosexuality, sexism, and sexuality. This study will take approximately 25 minutes of time. Eligibility: Self-identified men, aged 16 years and older. [Added August 10, 2020]

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Transgender and Gender Expansive Students' Experiences Studying Abroad

Webster University

We are conducting a qualitative study exploring the experiences of American undergraduate students who have studied abroad in the last two years, are transgender and/or gender expansive, and are 18+ years old. Participants will be asked to complete a short questionnaire and take part in a phone interview (approximately 45-60 minutes). The interviewer will ask questions about identity, community, joys, and challenges of studying abroad. Participants will receive a $40 gift. If you are interested in learning more or participating, please click here. If you have questions, please contact Taylor Michl at taylordmichl@gmail.com. [Added August 6, 2020]

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Oral Sex Expectations, Motivations, Frequencies, and Perceptions

New Mexico State University
  • The purpose of this study is to investigate how certain factors influence oral sex behaviors, also referred to as oral-genital contact. Participation is open to all individuals who are 18 years or older. We will be asking you questions about your experiences giving and receiving consensual oral-genital contact. Some questions include: at what age did you first give consensual oral-genital contact? In the last time that you received oral genital-contact, did you orgasm? Do you watch porn? What are your motivations for giving oral-genital contact? Demographic questions will also be asked. This study will take about 25-30 minutes to complete. [Added July 22, 2020]

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Sex, Body Image, and Precarious Manhood: The Influence of Fatherhood

Kwantlen Polytechnic University

The purpose of this study is to investigate how parenthood status impacts sexual attitudes and beliefs about the self. Participating in this study requires answering some questions about yourself (i.e., demographic questions such as your age, sexual orientation, and relationship status). You will then be asked a number of questions about your parenthood status, sexual attitudes, and beliefs about yourself. This study will take approximately 15 minutes of your time. You do not need to be a parent to participate in this study. Eligibility – Self-identified men, aged 18 years and older. [Added June 24, 2020]

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Early Relationships Over Time Study

York University - SHaRe Lab

This study examines couples’ early experiences in their relationships and what thoughts, feelings, and behaviours are associated with having more satisfying sexual and romantic relationships. The study will seek both members of romantic couples to fill out our confidential online daily surveys on relationship interactions and sexuality for 1.5 years (~60 mins per survey; 7 surveys). Participants can contact erostudy@yorku.ca to start the screening process for the study. In order for the couple/participants to be eligible for the study, they have to be 25+ years old, reside in Canada or the United States, have access to a computer, be in a relationship from 6-12 months, be sexually active in the current relationship, live geographically close to their partner, be able to read and understand English, and partners must complete separate online questionnaires within two weeks of each other the outset of the study, then complete 6 additional survey. The study has been approved by the York University Research Ethics Board. [Added June 19, 2020]

Understanding Threesomes

University of Minnesota Duluth

This study is designed to examine people’s thoughts and feelings related to threesomes (a form of sexual activity involving three people simultaneously) in which at least one member of each sex is present. It involves a series of open-ended and closed-ended items assessing your experiences, thoughts, and emotions related to your threesome experience(s); your sexual opinions and experiences; as well as basic demographic information. Your answers will be completely confidential and in no way linked to any personal information. The entire survey will take approximately 45-60 minutes of your time. Eligibility: Open to participants of all gender and sexual identities – at least 18 years of age – speak English as their first language – who have had at least one previous experience with a threesome (involving at least one member of each sex). All participants will be eligible for a 1 in 20 chance to receive a $50.00 Amazon gift card. [Added June 11, 2020]

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Sex Work and Stigma in a Global Pandemic

New Mexico State University

This research examines the impact that the stigmatization of sex work has on adapting to life during the current COVID-19 pandemic. Participation will take approximately 20 minutes of your time and requires completing an online survey on how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted you, your experiences with occupational stigma, and demographic information. To participate, you must be at least 18 and work in some sector of the sex industry (responses are anonymous). I will also be conducting brief interviews for which a $25 Amazon e gift card will be provided. Details for interested participants are provided at the end of the survey. [Added May 28, 2020]

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COVID-19, Illness Disgust, & Stigma

Kwantlen Polytechnic University

The current research aims to investigate the relationship between COVID-19, illness disgust, and stereotypes about certain groups of people. Participation will require answering some questions about yourself (e.g., demographic questions such as your age, ethnicity, and relationship status), your adherence to social distancing measures since January 2020, and questions about your disgust sensitivity and beliefs and intergroup attitudes.  This study will take approximately 20 minutes of your time. Eligibility – All gender and sexual orientation identities, aged 16 years and older. [Added May 22, 2020]

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COVID-19 and Relationship Satisfaction

Kwantlen Polytechnic University

The current research aims to investigate COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on self-reported relationship satisfaction and intimate partner violence. Participation will require answering some questions about yourself (e.g., demographic questions such as your age, ethnicity, and relationship status), your adherence to social distancing measures since January 2020, and questions about your relationship satisfaction, endorsement of traditional gender-role beliefs, and experiences with intimate partner violence. This study will take approximately 20 minutes of your time. Eligibility – All gender and sexual orientation identities, aged 16 years and older. [Added May 21, 2020]

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COVID-19 and Sexual Preoccupation

Kwantlen Polytechnic University

The current research aims to investigate sexual behaviors, sexual preoccupation, and pornography consumption, during the COVID-19 pandemic. Participation will require answering some questions about yourself (e.g., demographic questions such as your age, ethnicity, and relationship status), your adherence to social distancing measures since January 2020, and questions about your level of stress and sexual anxiety.  This study will take approximately 20 minutes of your time. Eligibility – All gender and sexual orientation identities, aged 16 years and older. [Added May 20, 2020]

 

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Health Behavior in the Time of COVID-19

Hunter College & The Kinsey Institute

We’re seeking participants for a 4-part study on peoples’ social and sexual relationships, well-being, and feelings about the pandemic. Must be 18+ years old and live in the United States. Participants are eligible to win gift card raffles. After this first survey, you’ll be invited to complete one survey a month for three months. [Added May 18, 2020]

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Sex and Relationships in Times of Corona

Maastricht University & KU Leuven

This study examines (sexual) intimacy in relationships during the time of Coronavirus pandemic. The aim of this research is to increase our understanding of how pandemic-related stress and social isolation influence intimacy of couples. We will also investigate whether intimate behavior can buffer against the negative effects of social isolation and stress. For this study we are looking for couples (18 + years of age) who are in a committed sexual relationship and who currently live together. The study involves requires filling in a questionnaire and providing daily reports of mood, stress, sexual and non-sexual interactions from both partners (6 times a day, using an app) for 10 consecutive days. [Added April 18, 2020]

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Heart Smarts: Comparing Emotional Intelligence in Monogamous and Consensually Non-monogamous Relationships

Colorado State University-Pueblo)

Contemporary mononormative society has many negative or outright hostile views of polyamory (and other types of non-monogamy) which are often based on misinformation or misunderstanding about both these types of relationships and what makes relationships successful. Hoping to help defeat some of the misconceptions regarding consensually non-monogamous relationships and individuals who participate in them, we are currently investigating the role of emotional intelligence/competence in relationships. This survey will help us to determine if people who have a preference toward monogamy or non-monogamy exhibit differences in how they process, express, and utilize emotions as well as whether there are any differences between the role of emotional intelligence in different types of relationship structures. Eligibility: Must be at least 18 years old; must be able to read and write in English; must not be a member of a “protected class” including individuals who are developmentally disabled or incarcerated. Individuals of any sexual, gender, or relationship orientation/identity are welcome to participate. Participation is anonymous. Survey takes about 15-20 minutes to complete. [Added April 13, 2020]

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Adult Sexual Desire and Arousal Study

Indiana University & OMGyes

Researchers at Indiana University School of Medicine and OMGyes are studying people’s experiences of sexual desire, arousal, and orgasm. OMGyes is an evidence-based website with empowering tools and educational videos about techniques for exploring sexual pleasure in the context of partnered sex and masturbation. In this study we are gathering insights from men, women, and gender diverse folks in the community about techniques for building sexual desire and arousal so we can make them more accessible to others through our online platform. We invite you to share your insights with us in an anonymous 20-minute survey. Your responses may inspire people around the globe.  Eligibility: Must be 18+ years old; Must be able to read and write in English. Individuals of any gender or sexual identity are welcome to participate. [Added March 31, 2020]

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The Role of Romantic Relationships in Recovery

Widener University

Have you stopped, or tried to stop, using alcohol or other drugs within the last year? We are conducting a research study of adults who have tried to stop or have stopped using substances. We are specifically interested in learning more about the role of romantic relationships on recovery efforts. The survey is anonymous, and you don’t have to be in a relationship to participate. If you decide to participate, you can enter to win 1 of 4 $50 Amazon eGift cards for participating. Selection criteria – You must be 18 years or older to participate, and have stopped or tried to stop using substances within a year from the date of survey completion. The survey on average takes 15-20 minutes to complete, though could take up to 30 minutes.  [Added February 12, 2020]

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Intimate Relationships and Wellness Online Survey

University of New Brunswick

We are currently recruiting participants for a study exploring behaviors surrounding intimate relationships and wellness. You are eligible to participate if you are an adult between the ages of 19-60 who has participated in some sort of partnered sexual activity at least once in your life. You’ll be asked to complete an anonymous, 20 minute online survey. As a thank you for your participation, you’ll be entered into a draw with a 1 in 15 chance of winning a $25 Amazon gift card. [Added February 6, 2020]

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