Project Rewind, a study by the New York University (NYU) School of Medicine, is currently seeking volunteers to participate in an anonymous online survey to determine the connection between sex, drugs and pornography for men who have sex with men (MSM). Researchers will use the results to develop new HIV prevention strategies for MSM

Michael Marmor, MD, a professor at the NYU School of Medicine, is the head researcher. He has a long history with HIV/AIDS research.

In 1981, he was part of a team of doctors who identified the high incidence of Karposi’s sarcoma (KS) in young gay men. KS was one of the earliest diseases associated with the AIDS epidemic.

I took the survey. It was quick and relatively painless, despite the very personal questions (remember, it’s anonymous!). I answered honestly, which is obviously what they need from everyone who participates.

(Full disclosure: I’m an NYU alumnus, so please help my alma mater help us all fight HIV/AIDS!)

Visit for more information and to participate.

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