Complete an Intimacy Matters Survey

The four surveys below are created to help understand better the real dynamics of our sexuality. Covering varied topics the answers enable clearer insight into the real opinions and feelings or ordinary men women and trans people

All the surveys are still running so please take a moment and select any one or more to complete.

Your answers are greatly valued.

Survey 1

Sex & Intimacy In Covid-19 Restrictions & lockdown

This survey takes about 10-15 minutes to complete. Your input is important and very relevant so please find time to give your feedback.

This survey’s aim is to determine how restrictions have impacted peoples sex lives and need of physical intimacy. It also asks about the alternatives single men and women and couples are exploring or looking to explore to help them maintain sexual fulfilment and intimacy during the Covid-19 era.

The COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting social changes that have been required to slow the spread of this virus have resulted in lockdowns across many countries and led to substantial numbers of people being quarantined. For single people, their opportunities to meet a partner has been completely lost. For couples who live apart, this means that they are not able to see their partner for many months. However, by contrast, for cohabiting couples, lockdown means that they were forced to spend 24 h a day with each other, and perhaps their children or housemates, for months at a time. As lockdowns are being reinstated in many regions, adjusting to this new normal in relationships is an important consideration. This survey is international. 

The survey results will be sent to the media and relevant governmental bodies to better inform them of the consequences of lockdown and subsequent restrictions on peoples sex lives. It aims to show how this continual lack of intimacy can dramatically affect intimate relationships and a person’s physical and mental well-being. The survey will also suggest strategies to mitigate and support this area of people’s lives, which currently seems absent. 

The survey can be anonymous using a pseudonym, but you are required to leave an authentic email address. The results will be posted on the and web sites in due course. The results will be published collectively and never as an individual.

Survey 2

Intimacy Matters Men’s Sexuality Survey

Exploring the influences behind the desire of male sensual intimacy and same gender attraction

Men of all orientations can complete this survey

Supporting Colin’s Theory of Five Influences

Taking this short survey you will be helping in my research to understand better the broader dynamics of male sexuality.

This is designed to be completed by people defining as male he/his or cis of all ages, all cultures and any sexual orientation. Please answer the questions as honestly as you can. Individual information will never be disclosed as data will only be shown in collated results. Emails are requested so I can keep you up to date with results. Aliases can be used to preserve identity. I am particularly keen to have the survey completed by those living in countries or cultures where any divergence from being a heterosexual male is either illegal or socially rejected.

Click here to read more about Colin’s Theory of Five Influences Why Men Like Men

Use this link to forward this survey to others

Survey 3

Women’s Sexuality, Orgasm & Masturbation Survey

The survey asks pertinent questions about aspects of women’s sex lives. The questions cover situational, relationship and sexual topics. The questions are generated from my observations and subsequent theories I have developed after giving sensual massage to over 600 female clients in the past 5 years. I am particularly interested to explore the undelaying reasons why some women struggle to reach orgasm with others and also sometimes on their own. Your answers will help me develop these theories and to expand my practice to promote sensual touch and the necessity of teaching how to give enhanced crate foreplay skills to partners, not to be just a pleasurable a treat for women but to be viewed as an important way to maintain a healthy sexual, psychological and mental lifestyle.

I would be most grateful if you could take 10 minutes to complete the survey. Please use a verifiable email address.

All your personal details will be kept confidential. When completing the survey you may use a pseudonym if you prefer not to use your real name. Results will only be used to produce collated data unless personal permission is sought to refer to an individual.

Survey 4

The Intimacy Centre Survey

I have been working in the world of sexuality, sensual massage and intimacy for 15 years. In that time I have seen many changes in the way my work and work by other practitioners in the field of enhancing sexuality has been regarded. In the UK there has there been a growth of interest from couples and singles who realise that having a fulfilling sex life is not only important for a relationship but also for a healthy body and mind. Increasingly the media are writing about sexuality, and topics such as giving great oral sex, prostate massage, multiple orgasms, female ejaculation, anorgasmia, better erections, kink & fetish, are often seen in the mainstream media and on TV.

So now is the time to establish the Intimacy Centre, an idea I have long held but not been sure when the time was right to take it forward. But with the past six months of COVID lockdowns and social distancing highlighting the necessity of intimate touch I feel now is the time to reach out and see who else feels the same way as I do.

To create an Intimacy Centre it will need considerable investment to establish an online presence but more importantly a physical presence. A place where people can go to be educated, informed, supported and encouraged to explore their intimate lives. It will act as a hub for independent practitioners who specialise in the enhancement of the intimate self. These will include: Sex & Relationship Therapists, Sensual Masseurs & Tantra Experts, Personal Trainers, Image consultants, Dating experts, Psychotherapists, Gender and Sexual diversity therapists.

This survey is to help establish the interest and needs of people and will be used in support of applications for investment. Please give your answers candidly and honestly