In The South

Researchers investigate stigma among gay men

Graham Robson January 16, 2017

Two undergraduate students from the University of Exeter need your help to conduct research investigating the impacts of stigma amongst gay men as part of their final year project.

Bethany Rose and Michaela Beauchamp, who are being supervised by Dr David Doyle, a lead researcher in the area of stigma and sexual minorities, hope that completion of the research will add to the growing literature surrounding this issue, help to combat the negative effects of stigma towards gay men, as well as potentially being used to develop preventative measures to protect individuals from the negative effects of stigma and prejudice.

In order to take part in the research you must be male, over the age of 18, homosexual and currently in a romantic relationship. The survey takes 15 minutes, you will remain anonymous and those who complete it will be entered in to a draw to win one of two £50 Amazon vouchers.

To complete the survey, click here: