Saturday, November 09, 2013

SURVEY: LGBTQ affirmative research among Latinos

Researchers at the University of Massachusetts Boston’s (UMass Boston) LGBTQ Research Team are recruiting participants for an LGBTQ-affirmative study on life experiences of LGBTQ people. Their findings will help develop culturally sensitive HIV prevention and intervention programs to help Latino men who have sex with men or who identify as gay. 

The University of Massachusetts Boston’s LGBTQ Research team is conducting a brief LGBTQ-affirmative study on safe sex practices of Latino men who have sex with men or who identify as gay. The study takes approximately 15-20 minutes to complete and anyone who is 18 or older and identifies as Latino and has sex with men or identifies as gay is eligible to participate. You will have the chance to be entered into a drawing for a $50 gift card! You can access the survey at

The study has been approved by the University of Massachusetts Boston Institutional Review Board. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact them at

Editor's note: While they don't use the term "bisexual" in the explanation of the survey, the survey itself seems to be inclusive. 

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