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WHAT IS  THE SURVEY ABOUT

 Issues like friendship and feeling connected, drug use, and mental health affect all of us in the gay community, and beyond. We want to explore what you, and your friends, think about these issues, and how they affect people's decisions - your decisions - over the next couple of years. We will also investigate why some men enjoy taking certain drugs, why some men don't take drugs, and how those choices affect other parts of their lives, both good and bad.

To do this right, we need all sorts of gay and bisexual men to participate. If you have never taken drugs or take drugs all the time; if you feel connected to gay community life, or have nothing to do with it; if you have close gay friendship networks or have no gay friends. We need to hear from EVERYONE to make the FLUX study a success, so we can ensure that community organisations and services can respond to everyone's needs.

What do I have to do?

Once every six months, we'll send you a link to a questionnaire. This won't be just another, all-too brief (and often pointless), 5-minute questionnaire. It will be thorough, and get right to the point. One of our goals is to NOT waste your time with questionnaires that achieve little. We need to ask about these issues in some detail to make sure this research can be useful and actually help our communities, so it may take 25-40 minutes of your time.

This survey is currently CLOSED; to check out information on this survey click here

Survey sponsored by: Kirby Institute/University of NSW