One of the Femdom Study Group's key objectives is to conduct primary research aimed at better understanding the nature, origins and habits of submissive men. A better understanding of these topics will afford both submissive men and the women who love them a greater context with which to nurture positive behavior and interpersonal relationships stemming from this phenomena. The data will also be leveraged to develop benchmarking statistics that will be useful in creating the FSG Self-Assesment tool currently in development.
Anyone wishing to participate in the FSG charter study should send an email to femdomstudygroup (-at-) gmail.com. Within one week, you will receive instructions on how to complete the on-line survey. The study takes about twenty minutes to complete, and we ask that anyone taking the survey please take great care to complete the entire survey and to be as open and candid as possible. Your email address and all of your input will be held in complete confidence, and all reasonable efforts will be made to assure the privacy of those completing the study and the confidentiallity of individual results. Only aggregate level results will be published so that respondents can be certain that their answers will only be released when they are combined with those of others to represent a group statistic. Only groups large enough to ensure confidentiallity will have statistics reported in any published results.
It is our intention to publish summary results of the FSG Charter Study on the pages of this blog beginning in the Spring of 2008. A more comprehensive analysis may be compiled and published in book format at some later date. Also, summary level results (but no individual data) will be made available to selected members of the FSG's all female Board of Advisors. They may opt to publish key summary statistics from the Charter Study on the pages of their own website, blogs and newsletters.
Please not that the FSG Charter Study is just that, a charter study. It does not cover all aspects of femdom; it is not intended to do so. Future studies will be initiated which will either represent a broadening of the topics covered or greater depth of detail on those already touched upon this initial survey.