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  • The questionnaire does not include favorite sexual positions. What a waste.
  • Hey, don't knock it...they can buy a small box of condoms with $10.
  • slayer199: Hey, don't knock it...they can buy a small box of condoms with $10.


    Or a large box of small condoms.
  • "Some of the questions are incredibly offensive and invasive," Brown told the Sun-Sentinel. "She thought that it was an unconscionable invasion of her privacy

    It's only invasive if you actually answer it and put your real name on it. Jesus farking Christ. IT'S NOT MANDATORY.

  • Tried that, got 3 restraining orders and a slap upside my face for my efforts...

    /why do women hate scientific research?
  • dickfreckle: "Some of the questions are incredibly offensive and invasive," Brown told the Sun-Sentinel. "She thought that it was an unconscionable invasion of her privacy

    It's only invasive if you actually answer it and put your real name on it. Jesus farking Christ. IT'S NOT MANDATORY.


    hahahaha THIS.
  • I demand to be one of the peers reviewing the data.
  • Do you like to perform fellatio?

    Do you enjoy vaginal sex?

    Do you take it in the pooper?
  • Participants were asked how many men they had sex with over the last year, whether a man ever poked holes in a condom to get them pregnant and how they felt emotionally the last time they had unprotected sex.

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  • Have you ever been inside a Turkish prison?
  • I respond to all surveys that pay for a response (get a few - must be part of some weird demographic). Always lie.

    /Huge, farking, outrageous, completely unbelievable lies.
    //Hate marketing weenies.
  • Whatever, public health survey. Not the most scientifically sound method, but I answered a survey about Michigan's State Parks in exchange for a crisp new dollar bill, so...

    How did you feel emotionally when you had unprotected sex - were you trying to get pregnant, were you in the "heat of the moment and just went with the flow," or did you find the man attractive and "thought it would be nice to have a baby with him?" Did you feel "powerless"? Or was it that you "felt emotionally connected with your partner during sex"?

    How old were you when you first had sex? The last time you had sex with a man did you do anything to keep from getting pregnant? If not, why not?

    Has a sexual partner ever "told you he would have a baby with someone else if you didn't get pregnant?" "Physically forced you to have sex?" "Hurt you physically because you did not agree to get pregnant?"

    Are you depressed? Have you ever been physically abused? What's your religion? Do you smoke? How much do you weigh?


    WTF.

    /some of those are legitimate questions, just stupidly, stupidly, unbelievably stupidly phrased (or shouldn't be asked via a mail in survey at all).
  • crabsno termites: I respond to all surveys that pay for a response (get a few - must be part of some weird demographic). Always lie.

    /Huge, farking, outrageous, completely unbelievable lies.
    //Hate marketing weenies.


    Except that this wasn't a marketing survey, it was from the Department of Health to try to figure out how to best use the resources they have to most effectively help as many people as they can.

    So, sure, someone could like on every question, but if the Dept. of Health ends up thinking that there's an epidemic of men sabotaging condoms to trick women into getting pregnant, don't cry when your tax dollars get spent on a billboard campaign showing women how to inspect condoms for tampering.
  • TuteTibiImperes: crabsno termites: I respond to all surveys that pay for a response (get a few - must be part of some weird demographic). Always lie.

    /Huge, farking, outrageous, completely unbelievable lies.
    //Hate marketing weenies.

    Except that this wasn't a marketing survey, it was from the Department of Health to try to figure out how to best use the resources they have to most effectively help as many people as they can.

    So, sure, someone could like on every question, but if the Dept. of Health ends up thinking that there's an epidemic of men sabotaging condoms to trick women into getting pregnant, don't cry when your tax dollars get spent on a billboard campaign showing women how to inspect condoms for tampering.


    That like should have been a lie.
  • there is only one real question

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  • dickfreckle: "Some of the questions are incredibly offensive and invasive," Brown told the Sun-Sentinel. "She thought that it was an unconscionable invasion of her privacy

    It's only invasive if you actually answer it and put your real name on it. Jesus farking Christ. IT'S NOT MANDATORY.


    True.

    Doesn't make the fact that they sent it out any less stupid. Especially since some under 18 year olds got it.

    It's a freaking creepy survey. Maybe not "unconscionable invasion of [her] privacy", but "incredibly offensive and invasive", goddamn, yes.
  • TuteTibiImperes: Except that this wasn't a marketing survey, it was from the Department of Health to try to figure out how to best use the resources they have to most effectively help as many people as they can.


    Or a ploy from some anti-abortion politician to collect data for the next round of abstinence-only legislation.
  • Came to make fun of subby missing a word in the headline. Glad I clicked the link first.
  • dickfreckle: "Some of the questions are incredibly offensive and invasive," Brown told the Sun-Sentinel. "She thought that it was an unconscionable invasion of her privacy

    It's only invasive if you actually answer it and put your real name on it. Jesus farking Christ. IT'S NOT MANDATORY.


    We don't know if the survey has the person's identity encoded in it, or in the mailing address. If each survey is to be returned to a different address, then the identities are not secret.
  • I would have figured there would be more questions about disease than pregnancy.
  • $10, or about what they get for a gob job, without the splooge. But the assumption they can read - iffy.
  • Why does the gov't have names and addresses of underage girls?
  • Do you like oranges?
    Wanna f*ck?
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