From my friend and fellow Bilerico contributor, Ricci Levy, comes this call for participants in the first public survey on sexual freedom in America. I can vouch for this one since I participated in the pilot study and provided feedback. The survey was very interesting because it made me re-think and prioritize freedoms -- relatively speaking, how important is sex ed? how important is birth control? what about censorship and sexual freedom of speech? or should we all be focused on equality rights for now?
This survey asks you to figure out where you stand on sex-related issues -- and, hopefully, will become a great tool for academics, educators and activists in dozens of different ways. I'm eager to see the survey's now ready for public dissemination and hope that you will make your opinions a part of the final results. As further incentive: as thanks for your participation, you'll get a special pre-public release of the full report via email.
I am writing to ask you to help us with a project - our first report on the State of Sexual Freedom in America today.
The Woodhull Freedom Foundation plans to publish regular reports on the sexual freedom movement, designed to help identify the social changes taking place, or that must take place for progress to be made, on the diverse issues on which we work. We are particularly interested in recognizing opportunities for already-established sexual freedom issue groups to work together.