Florida Health Survey Asks Women Intimate Sex Questions

Questionnaire intended to collect data for family planning services is criticized for being too invasive.
1:09 | 11/27/12

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In this twelve page survey about sacks this state Health Department did not hold back against him as just operated more than 4000 randomly selected young women were asked to participate if they did they got a ten dollar gift card to CBS for health related items but that means answering some very intimate questions like how many sexual partners have you -- As a man ever poked holes in a condom to get you pregnant. And have you ever been raped -- -- -- into that question and it probably unanimous but still the state says the survey is anonymous and totally voluntary but -- received it are still outraged by the questions a lot of. People are offended by just discussing sex in general they're just not comfortable with it. Doctoring a tornado watch Kansas and OB GY -- in Tampa she understands why some may be offended but also understands the need. The goal here is to better grasp the need for family planning services. I can think information submitted -- -- I don't think that we should shy away from asking the questions because some people may be offended by it. Especially because information is so useful. Useful it is of invasive as uncomfortable as it may be an -- -- -- because that's private information so -- probably -- --

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