I recently learned about this interesting opportunity for women to take part in an online sexuality survey. The data collected for this survey are part of a doctoral research study for a woman studying at Oxford. I was told that "to be eligible, women need to be at least 18 years old and in a heterosexual relationship of at least 6 months duration." Also, it seems that women who complete the survey can enter into a drawing to win a cash prize. Women who are interested in learning more about the study can do so on the study web site.
About Dr. Debby Herbenick
Dr. Debby Herbenick is a sex researcher at Indiana University, sexual health educator at The Kinsey Institute, columnist, and author of five books about sex and love. Learn more about her work at www.sexualhealth.indiana.edu.
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