Spread the word:

Thank you in advance for your interest in helping us to spread the word about our survey and Binding Health Project!

For those interested, we have created a flyer in order for your organization to post in your group’s space: chestbindingflyer

In addition, here are two different short paragraphs/blurbs that you may use in order to help spread the word and provide more info about our survey at the same time!

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Longer blurb:

The Binding Health Project seeks to expand and contribute new information on the physical and mental health effects of chest binding. Within the context of this study, binding refers to the process in which an individual compresses or binds the chest, often for extended periods of time. While this process provides the person with a number of benefits, the long term physical health effects of binding have not yet been studied. This survey is designed to gather information on these effects through questions that are both quantitative and qualitative in nature. It is intended for female-assigned-at-birth (FAAB) and intersex folks 18 years and over that have bound or currently bind their chests. It is the aim of the Binding Health Project to provide individuals, communities, and health care providers with information to promote the health of those who bind.

Our goal is to use the results from this survey to advocate for the health of persons who chest bind. We hope to build a knowledge base that currently does not exist for people who bind, their providers, and the communities that support them. Thank you so much for your time and participation in this survey!

Thank you for taking our survey and please feel free to distribute widely! We truly appreciate your time in helping us to better address the health topics that impact individuals who bind.

Click here to take our survey.

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Shorter blurb:
To our beloved community,
PLEASE SIGNAL BOOST.
The Binding Health Project is currently seeking participants to take a survey on chest binding. It is intended for female-assigned-at-birth (FAAB) and intersex individuals 18 years and over who have bound or currently bind their chest.
Our goal is to use the results from this survey to advocate for the health of individuals who chest bind. We hope to build a knowledge base that currently does not exist for people who bind, their providers, and the communities that support them. Thank you so much for your time and participation in this survey!
 
Click here to take our survey.
And be sure to spread the word.

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