LOUD Girl Survey
The LOUD Girl Movement is an inspirational project that examines, rethinks and reshapes the “loud Black girl” stereotype and outspoken Black women imagery.

“Boisterous.” “Opinionated.” “Too talkative.” These traits have often been negatively associated with Black women and girls.

We are conducting a survey to ask so-called, LOUD Girls or Black women who have been called “loud” about their experiences and paths.

This 21-question survey will be used for research and for stats for The LOUD Girl Movement site, loudgirlmovement.com.

A LOUD Girl is a Black girl or woman who is loud in voice and spirit. She speaks up for the voiceless and for what is right. She is creative. Straightforward. Bold. Vibrant. She is passionate and loves passionately. Sometimes misunderstood. Oftentimes “extra.” She is intriguing and happy (unless she is suppressing her LOUD.) LOUD Girls are on quests through life. But always end up proudly standing firm in her ability to use her voice. Reading this definition do you consider yourself a LOUD Girl? If yes, why?
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How old are you?
Where do you reside?
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How do you identify?
In your life have you been called names like the following for your LOUD personality type?
If you were called these names in life, by who?
How did being called these names affect you? Make you feel?
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What are your experiences speaking up for what's right? Please explain.
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What are your experiences standing up for people? Please explain.
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If you are over 18 how do you think, in any way, has your LOUD personality type affected your career? Please explain.
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Do you believe you have been discriminated against at work for this personality type? If so, explain.
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Has being a LOUD Girl or having a LOUD personality type or an outgoing personality type affected intimate relationships?
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Do you think you are misperceived? If so, explain.
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Have you ever acted out because you felt misperceived?
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Does that misperception (whatever it is) make you upset, or other emotions? Please explain.
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When did someone besides you ever celebrate this personality type, as special? Or has it ever been celebrated?
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Do you view your personality as a gift?
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Was there a time in your life where you wished you were different? If so, please explain.
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Discrimination exists amongst Black Women in America, (this has been proven in countless studies) however do you find that you may have faced a different type of discrimination for having a LOUD personality type? If so, please explain.
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Do you have any additional experiences that you would like to share?
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