UK General Election: Nonbinary Campaign Exceeds 700 Pledges

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On the 10th of April, Practical Androgyny joined 8 other groups in helping to launch a campaign asking the candidates in this week's UK general election to pledge to support nonbinary rights. At 10am today (2nd of May) that campaign reached the impressive milestone of securing pledges from more than 700 of the election candidates,… Continue reading UK General Election: Nonbinary Campaign Exceeds 700 Pledges

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UK General Election: Ask Your Candidates To Pledge Support For Nonbinary Rights

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In the run up to the general election on the 7th of May, Practical Androgyny joins 8 other groups supporting a campaign for nonbinary rights in the United Kingdom. This campaign asks parliamentary candidates to show their support for the roughly 1 in every 250 people in the UK who describe their gender in another… Continue reading UK General Election: Ask Your Candidates To Pledge Support For Nonbinary Rights

Nonbinary gender information and practical resources wiki

You may have noticed that this site has been conspicuously low on updates in recent months, and for this I apologise. I'm hoping that this will change in the near future, but in the meantime I wanted to draw your attention to a related project that I sent up last year. Nonbinary.org has aspirations to… Continue reading Nonbinary gender information and practical resources wiki

A call for examples

Practical Androgyny needs you! Examples of the following are needed for future articles. Please get in touch if you're aware of: Organisations that allow non-binary genders to be recorded on their registration/application forms, especially if you have visual evidence Banks or credit card companies that allow their debit or credit cards to be issued without… Continue reading A call for examples