Launching “Play!”: A Research Study on Group Sex Events – DrZhana

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Launching “Play!”: A Research Study on Group Sex Events

PlayImageMy colleague, Brooke Wells (PhD, Hunter College), and I are launching Play!, an online survey to better understand play / sex / swinger parties and the people who attend them. We hope this research will serve to dispel myths and stereotypes about these events and their participants. The survey is completely anonymous, and requires between 15-40 minutes to complete, depending on how many portions people would like to complete. Participants will receive a discount code from the adult stores Adam & Eve and a chance to win $50 Amazon.com gift cards and gifts from Shag! Brooklyn.

Have you been to a play/sex party in the U.S. in the past 12 months? Then take the survey (http://onlinesexstudy.org)!

Are you a sex/play party organizer, sex/swinger club owner/manager, website administrator, or just someone who knows people who go to sex parties AND want to help us spread the word about this study? Here are a few ways to do that:

– Include study info & link in any party email invitations. (see below for suggested info);
– Have recruitment cards available at your club (we can mail you small business cards and/or post cards);
– Post a link to the survey on your website(s) with the study logo (the photo above) and a short blurb (see below for suggested info)
– Share on your Facebook page(s), Twitter, Instagram…

Suggested info to include in email invites and/or FB:

Drs. Brooke Wells and Zhana Vrangalova are conducting a research study about play parties and the people who attend them. The goal is to increase our understanding of these events, and then share that knowledge with the world, hopefully dispelling many stereotypes and myths along the way. If you’ve been to a play party in the US in the past year and are over 18, we want to hear from you!
The anonymous survey takes between 15-40 minutes, depending on how many portions of it you choose to answer. Respondents receive a discount code from Adam & Eve and can enter a raffle for $50 Amazon gift cards and gifts from an adult store, Shag Brooklyn. Please share with partners, friends, and beyond!
For more info & the survey: http://onlinesexstudy.org/

Suggested blurb to post on website or Twitter (with logo):

Have you been to a play/sex party in the past year? Take this anonymous survey! http://onlinesexstudy.org/

Any questions or comments? Don’t hesitate to email us: [email protected]

THANK YOU!

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