Monday, 7 April 2014
LGBTIQ and person with a disability: Australian Research
Do you identify as a person with a disability and as Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Trans*, Intersex and/or Queer?
You are invited to participate in a PhD research study exploring the experiences of people who identify as having a disability and as LGBTI or Queer.
Participation would involve taking part in a couple of interviews about your lived experience.
You can be interviewed online via audio, video and/or chat. If you live in Tasmania, you can also choose to be interviewed in-person. All participants will receive a $30 Coles/Myer gift voucher for their time.
If you are aged 18+, live in Australia, identify as LGBTI, Queer, or otherwise non-hetero or non-cis, I would love to hear from you!
Interested? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
I am working with a pretty broad idea of disability. How individuals define that term is part of what I am interested in. So the main criteria for participation is that individuals describe themselves as disabled or as a person with a disability in some way. If I was to name it up, that may include sensory, physiological, cognitive, psychological, or social impairment, but it could also be broader than those things.