Yale University School of Public Health researchers are currently offering a paid research opportunity for those who identify as bisexual and/or pansexual.
At this time, they are specifically looking to recruit bisexual and pansexual People Of Color.
This diverse team of researchers is interested in how individuals are impacted by their social identities.
When asked about the purpose behind this research study, the team had this share:
"[Bisexual and pansexual] individuals face unique challenges and the current research in this area is limited and needs greater representation."
"We are currently conducting a two-part online study that addresses an important but little explored question: What are the unique experiences of bisexual and pansexual individuals?
"If you choose to participate, your responses to this survey will contribute to knowledge about this underdeveloped area of research."
Participants must identify as bisexual and/or pansexual, be 18 years or older, and currently live in the United States. Participants will be compensated for this two-part online study and may earn either $25 OR earn $15 with the chance to enter a $100 raffle.
For more information on how to enroll, visit their online survey here with the entry code S22.
For future updates on their studies and projects, follow them on Instagram (@yale_bis_study)!
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