UK General Election: Nonbinary Campaign Results and Final Analysis

An extract from a chart showing the percentage of each political party's election candidates that pledged to support nonbinary people

The UK Trans Info Nonbinary Election Campaign allowed candidates to continue to pledge to support the rights and legal recognition of nonbinary people right up to the close of polls at 10pm on election day. The 2015 United Kingdom general election is now over and the results have been declared. Overall Performance of the Nonbinary… Continue reading UK General Election: Nonbinary Campaign Results and Final Analysis

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How many people in the United Kingdom are nonbinary?

Part of a chart showing a grid of circles in blue, green and pink of different sizes, part of a vertical axis showing the numbers 1 and 2 is visible

This report attempts to assemble and analyse useful sources to determine how many people identify outside of the gender binary in the United Kingdom. This was in part motivated by my previous post reporting on the number of people who left the 'sex' question on the 2001 UK Census blank, having been cited as a figure… Continue reading How many people in the United Kingdom are nonbinary?

When was the Mx gender-inclusive title created?

Extract from the April 1977 issue of Single Parent magazine including the next "On second thought, maybe both sexes should be called Mx. That would solve the gender problem entirely."

A new version of the excellent Mx Evidence document establishing usage and acceptance of the Mx gender-inclusive title (equivalent to Miss, Mr or Ms) in the United Kingdom has recently been released by the Genderqueer Activist site (run by activist Cassian Lodge). This records examples of acceptance by organisations such as the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA),… Continue reading When was the Mx gender-inclusive title created?

United Kingdom Census 2011 – Summary and Analysis

Earlier this year I wrote about the controversy around the question 'What is your sex?' in the 2011 United Kingdom census. In that article I established that the question of 'sex' was intended to record how the respondent subjectively saw their identity and that the Office for National Statistics and the Census Customer Services were… Continue reading United Kingdom Census 2011 – Summary and Analysis