COVID-19 Survey, Social Media Toolkit

If you’re interested in helping us promote the COVID-19 edition of Sex Now, please let us know! We’re asking organizations to share information about the survey on their social media channels (e.g., Facebook, Instagram, Twitter), through their websites, or newsletters to ensure that folks in our various communities are aware of the survey and have a chance to make their voices heard.

We have created a series of promotional resources (e.g. images and messaging for social media) in both French and English for this purpose, which you can access and download below. For additional information, please visit: https://www.cbrc.net/covid19_survey

For more information in partnering with us, please contact Ben Klassen, Sex Now Research Manager: ben.klassen@cbrc.net

For more information on how to use these shareables and how to connect through social platforms, please contact Jose Patiño-Gomez, Digital Marketing Manager: jose.patino@cbrc.net

Help get the message out by liking, sharing, and retweeting! - Social media messages will be released on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Linkedin during August-September 2020. Follow us on our accounts below and re-tweet, like, and share messages with your own followers and networks.

Survey URL

You can use the following link to send people to the survey: https://ca.research.net/r/sexnowcovid_partners or you can use this shorter version: https://bit.ly/SNcovid19

Social Media Messages

Longer posts (Facebook, LinkedIn)

  • The #COVID19 pandemic affects everyone across Canada, but the impacts on queer and trans people haven’t been explored. To fill the gap, our Sex Now team launched a special survey to better understand our community’s needs. Make your voice heard:
  • How’s your head? No, but really, how are you feeling? We know the #COVID19 pandemic can take a toll on our mental health, so Sex Now has launched a special edition of its survey to assess the impacts on GBT2Q people. Have your say:
  • From reduced access to health services to Pride events going virtual across the country, we want to know how the #COVID19 pandemic has impacted GBT2Q folks. Fill out this special edition of our Sex Now survey to share your experience:
  • Physical distancing can be rough, especially for queer and trans people who are cut off from going out or seeing friends. Sex Now has launched a survey to better understand the impacts of the #COVID19 pandemic on our communities. Share your experience:
  • Some of the impacts of the #COVID19 pandemic go beyond jobs and healthcare. From physical distancing to virtual Prides, our Sex Now team wants to hear how GBT2Q people in Canada have been affected. Have your say:

Shorter posts (Twitter, Instagram)

  • How has the #COVID19 pandemic affected you as a GBT2Q person? We want to know! Make your voice heard by filling out our quick survey:
  • We need your help to better understand the impacts of the #COVID19 pandemic on GBT2Q people. Share your experience with us:
  • From social distancing to virtual prides, our Sex Now team wants to hear how the #COVID19 pandemic has affected GBT2Q people in Canada. Have your say:
  • Sex Now? How about Sex Later? Either way, we want to hear about it! Fill out this survey to let us know how your sex life has been impacted by the #COVID19 pandemic:

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Community-Based Research Centre (CBRC) promotes the health of gay men through research and intervention development. We are inclusive of bisexual and queer men (cis and trans) and Two Spirit people.
COVID-19 Survey, Social Media Toolkit
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