faggybutchboi (faggybutchdyke) wrote in transmen,

fill my survey out please!

I am currently embarking on the journey of data collection for my senior project. This survey is for my undergraduate degree in Psychology from Antioch College. I will be graduating in April 2008. For my research I am doing a quantitative study the sexual and gender fluidity in the transmasculine community. As a queer transboy I am very excited to work on expanding awareness of my, the queer and trans, community. It would be wonderful if you could forward this to your contacts. I'd like to have has many experiences as possible. If you have any questions feel free to contact me at transmasculinefluidity@gmail.com. Below you'll find the survey information and link to the survey. Thank you very much for your time and your help.


Survey of the Sexual and Gender Fluidity in the Transmasculine Community

Participants of this survey must be 18 years of age or older. Testosterone use and surgical status are not relevant in how you identify. This survey is open to all people born into female bodies and live somewhere on the transmasculine spectrum (transgender, transsexual, FTM, M2M, transmen, genderqueer, etc) and identify with male pronouns the majority of the time. Transition, will be self-defined, not by hormones or surgical status, for the length of this survey.

About the survey's creator: Niko Kowell is a fourth year undergraduate Psychology major at Antioch College. This survey is his final senior project for his Bachelor's degree. He also is trans and queer identified and has focused his college academics around issues of gender and sexuality. He hopes to provide more awareness around trans people and their sexualities.


Please feel free to contact me at:


niko kowell
Undergraduate Psychology Senior Project
Antioch College
Spring 2008

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