On this page we will feature research projects involving to LGBT individuals and related issues. Please take a moment to complete these surveys to advance our knowledge of these issues. If you have any questions, or if you are working on an academic research project that you'd like to see on this page, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that these surveys were created and are being conducted by outside researchers, and Equality Maryland has no control over their content. Please see the first page of each research project for additional important information.
From the researcher: Are you a gay adoptive father? Would you like to share your parenting experiences in order to advance understanding and possible support for initiatives that could be developed for other families like yours? I would like your insights as a gay adoptive father and want you to participate in a study examining gay fathers’ experiences with parenting and discrimination and the ways in which fathers remain resilient and strong in the face of challenging experiences. You can promote understanding and support for LGBT families by sharing your experiences. Click here to take the survey.
From the researcher: HELP! South Dakota State University is currently studying the effects of bullying during childhood and adolescence, so that we can prevent it! You can help by taking our anonymous online survey! To participate, or to find out more about our study, please email us at email@example.com. Together we can make a difference!
Researchers are seeking same-sex couples in Maryland, Maine, Minnesota, and Washington in order to examine experiences during election campaigns focused on same-sex marriage. Participation is entirely online and involves an intake survey (15 minutes), a "diary" to be completed for 10 consecutive nights (3-5 minutes each night), and a follow up survey (10 minutes), to be completed after the election. Partners or spouses must also agree to participate in the study. Participants will be given a $20 Amazon gift card.
To determine whether you qualify for participation or to learn more
about the research or the researchers, please visit:
www.psycsurvey.com or www.facebok.com/ElectionSurvey2012 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Research study funded by the Williams Institute and the Society for
the Psychological Study of Social Issues
Hey Couples! You're invited to participate in an online research study at the University of Rochester Relationships Lab.
If you and your partner are dating, partnered, or married, and 18 or older, the University of Rochester Relationships Lab invites you and your partner to participate in an online survey regarding the sexual activities that couples enjoy. Receive optional feedback on how similar your preferences are, and how accurately you know what each other likes. For more information and to access the study, please follow this link:
Join Equality Maryland as we celebrate the Capital Pride Street Festival on Pennsylvania Avenue between 3rd and 7th Streets. The Festival is DC’s largest annual one-day event with over 150,000 visitors, almost 300 sponsor & vendor exhibits, three stages, two beverage gardens, a family area, Taste AT Pride, Art in Pride and numerous food vendors offering a huge selection of various cuisines. We'll have a table set-up for all of your EQMD swag needs, make sure to stop by!
All are welcome at The Interfaith Fairness Coalition of Maryland's annual Pride Interfaith Service held at Metropolitan Community Church of Baltimore on Thursday June 13th at 7:30pm.