Are you interested in participating in male body image and sexuality research? If yes, we need your help!
We are a team of researchers at McGill University in Montreal, Canada, exploring how men view their bodies and genitals. We are interested in investigating what features of the genital area are of importance and the factors that may influence one’s evaluation and perceptions (ex: sexual experience, erectile dysfunctions, premature ejaculation, STD's etc.). To do this, we need you to take this short survey assessing your level of satisfaction regarding your body in general and various aspects of the genital area. You will also be asked a series of demographic and medical questions, and required to take a series of measurements of your penis, using a piece of string and ruler.
Please note that you will asked to measure the length and girth (circumference) of your flaccid AND erect penis, and asked to estimate the angle of penile curvature and direction of your erect penis, thus it may preferable to assess these features before starting this survey. Pl ease click on the following link in order for a description of the measurements and protocol to follow: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/penilemeasurement
Your participation in this study will help health professionals better understand the factors involved in male body concerns and further on, their relation to sexuality, guiding future research and treatment. By participating, you will also be able to enter a draw for one of three $100 prizes to spend at amazon.com !
Please note: This survey is highly confidential and designed for MEN of 18 years or older.
Your help would be greatly appreciated and we thank you for your time!
To participate, please click on the following link: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/genitalperception
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