Study exploring young womxn's* experiences with reproductive coercion** in Ontario.
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Researchers at the University of Ottawa would like to conduct 60-minute telephone/skype interviews with eligible womxn.
You are eligible if you: 1) Are currently 16-25 years of age; 2) Self-identify as having experienced some form of reproductive coercion; 3) Are currently residing in Ontario; and 4) Are sufficiently fluent in either English or French to complete the interview.
*Participation in both voluntary and confidential*
All participants will be selected on a first come-first serve basis. All participants will receive a CAD40$ gift certificate to Amazon.ca.
If you would like more information about the study or if you are interested in participating, please contact the study coordinator Elyse by email.
*Womxn refers to all who self-identify as women, transgender, and gender non-binary
**Reproductive coercion refers to behavior that exert control and power over an individual's sexual and reproductive health choices. These can include contraception sabotage (ex: non consensual condom removal, hiding someone's birth control, removing someone patch , ring, or IUD), forced pregnancy or abortion, refusal to discuss safe sex practices, and intentional exposure to STIs.