TMI: Want to talk about your gay or lesbian sex life? Researchers want to know.

Wed. October 13, 2010 11:56 PM by News Staff

Bloomington, Ind. - Researchers at Indiana University are trying to find lesbians and gay men for two massive Sex Studies.

The Center for Sexual Health Promotion has heard from 25,000 men who have sex with men, so they're fairly well represented in that area. (They are still looking for a few more good men, so if you're interested in sharing TMI with total strangers, click here.)

However, they really need more lesbian and bisexual women to participate in their Global Survey.

"The data will be used to help us understand the sex lives of women in the bedroom (and beyond) in order to promote better and safer sex between women!" the researchers say on their website, exclamation point included. "Current knowledge of sexual pleasure and risk between women is largely based on either heterosexual models of sex or relatively small groups of women which may not represent the thoughts/feelings/behaviors of you or your community. This is why we need you to help us reach our goal of collecting the largest, most diverse data on the sexual lives between women in contemporary history!"

Female participants fill out an online survey that will take about 20 minutes to complete. Upon completion, they'll get a 20 percent off coupon for

Transgender women are welcome to participate.