How many people in the United Kingdom are nonbinary?

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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?

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A call for questions about gender beyond the binary

After a successful project where a panel of trans people answered 21 questions, CN Lester is again asking for questions about trans* issues, this time focusing on the experiences of people with genders beyond the binary. A new panel has been formed, and I'm pleased to be among the people who'll be answering your questions… Continue reading A call for questions about gender beyond the binary

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

WAM!-It-Yourself: Improving Media Coverage Beyond The Binary

On Sunday March the 25th I took part in a radio-style talk show looking at how the media covers nonbinary and nonconforming gender and what we can do to make that coverage better. Hosted by Avory Faucette of QueerFeminism.com and Radically Queer as part of Women Action Media's WAM!-It-Yourself events, the show featured guests with expertise in gender-neutral parenting,… Continue reading WAM!-It-Yourself: Improving Media Coverage Beyond The Binary