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Research study: Transmasculine people and sexual health

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GATE and Columbia University Department of Psychiatry in New York are conducting a research study about transmasculine people and sexual health.

The purpose of this study is to learn about transmasculine people’s access to sexual health services and gender-affirmative care. In addition, this study aims to explore whether transmasculine people are interested in using pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP; a medication to prevent HIV), whether they have access to it, and where they would prefer to receive PrEP-related services. 

This survey is available in the following languages: English, Español, Français, Deutsch, Kreyòl ayisyen, Kiswahili, Português, Pусский, العربية, 简体中文, ภาษาไทย

This survey takes approximately 10-15 minutes to complete, and you will not be asked any questions that could identify you personally. Your responses may help us to improve healthcare and HIV prevention for transmasculine people.

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