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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UK General Election: Nonbinary Campaign Exceeds 700 Pledges

UK Trans Info Non-binary Election Campaign, This Campaign is Supported By...

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

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

"Polling Station" sign attached to black metal railings

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

PinkNews UK General Election Political Debate – X Passports Question

A still from the PinkNews General Election Debate video showing the moderator and all 5 of the panelists

X passports question in video at 1 hour, 14 minutes, 37 seconds. Earlier today the UK LGBT news site, PinkNews, ran a political debate in the run up to the 2015 UK general election. Representatives from 5 political parties were present and were posed questions from both the audience and a Google Hangout. Late in… Continue reading PinkNews UK General Election Political Debate – X Passports Question