Organizations such as Camp Pride that aim to educate and promote inclusivity can positively impact LGBT youth.
This paper explores the use of the Internet as a data collection method for sexuality research. Benefits, such as larger, more representative samples, and risks to validity, such as lying and sabotage, are discussed in the context of a large Internet‐based study of how “having sex” is defined by gay, lesbian, and bisexual college students. Suggestions for how to maximize utility as well as combat potential risks and ethical dilemmas are offered. Special attention is paid to the use of the Internet to collect data from traditionally underrepresented groups. The article ends with a look to the future of sex research over the Internet, exploring the collection of nonsurvey data.
Mustanski, B. (2001). Getting wired: Exploiting the internet for the collection of valid sexuality data. The Journal of Sex Research, 38(4), 292-301.
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