About this Survey

This survey, designed by Dr. Leanna Wolfe, PhD, Sexual Anthropologist, seeks to better understand how different genders, generations, ethnicities and cultures define and think about sexual harassment, sexual assault and rape. Participation is open to anyone whether or not they have personally experienced or been accused of a sexual wrongdoing.  This survey is part of an on-going effort to untangle confusions men, women and transgenders experience in social-sexual interaction.  Participation should take about five minutes.  Thank you so much for your cooperation!  For survey results, contact Leanna Wolfe at LeannaPhD@outlook.com.

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* 1. Which of these statements do you believe to be true? (Select as many as you agree with)

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* 2. How often do you watch pornography?

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* 3. Have you ever been sexually harassed?

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* 4. Which of these activities would you consider sexual harassment? (Select all that apply)

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* 5. Have you ever been sexually assaulted?

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* 6. Have you ever been accused of sexual assault?

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* 7. Does sexual assault require penile penetration?

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* 8. Which of these would you consider sexual assault? (Select all that apply)

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* 9. What does "No means No" mean? (Select all that apply)

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* 10. Is "Yes means Yes" different from "No means No?"

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* 11. What does "Yes means Yes" imply? (Select all that apply)

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* 12. How many times have you been raped?

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* 13. How do you define rape? (select all that apply)

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* 14. Have you ever sought to end a sexual encounter you initially agreed to?

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* 15. Has a partner ever asked you to end a sexual encounter before you were finished?

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* 16. If a partner asked you to end a sexual encounter when you were not done, what would you most likely do?

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