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The eighth annual international Gender Census 2021 is now open until 10th March!

smartsurvey.co.uk/s/gendercens

It's for anyone whose genders (or lack thereof) aren't described by the M/F binary. It's short and easy, and the results are useful in academia, business and self-advocacy.

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We now have a Patreon:

patreon.com/gendercensus

... for those of you who would like to sign up to donate whenever and just automatically throw in a couple of quid every February or so!

pagans, how do you feel about non-pagans using the neopronoun set fae/faer?

Replies with reasons are very welcome and helpful!

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people of Celtic descent (Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Cornwall, the Isle of Man, and Brittany), how do you feel about non-Celtic people using the neopronoun set fae/faer?

Replies with reasons are very welcome and helpful!

Things have calmed down a little bit now, as you can see from the attached graphs. We're just heading towards 39,000 in a leisurely manner.

Public spreadsheet: docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d

Take the survey: smartsurvey.co.uk/s/GenderCens

(39,000! That's so many!)

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Would any plural folks be up for having a read of this and telling me if I've got the language right? Is it clear, is the grammar correct and typical, etc?

gendercensus.tumblr.com/privat

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Alright, it seems like "once per body" probably is the right wording after all! Thanks everyone. :)

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I've got a noob terminology question for plural folks.

How would you say "once per person" but about, like, bodies? My brain intuitively presents for consideration "once per body" but that feels a bit weird and seems like it could be confusing?

It's day 11, and yesterday was a slow day, only ~750 responses. So today we're almost at 38,000, which is still SO MANY!!

As always, any link-sharing you can do outside of social media is super helpful, as is sharing here on Twitter or on Facebook.

smartsurvey.co.uk/s/GenderCens

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pagans, how do you feel about non-pagans using the neopronoun set fae/faer?

Replies with reasons are very welcome and helpful!

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people of Celtic descent (Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Cornwall, the Isle of Man, and Brittany), how do you feel about non-Celtic people using the neopronoun set fae/faer?

Replies with reasons are very welcome and helpful!

I wrote an email to the subscribers on our TinyLetter, telling them that we reached 30,000 responses (it's actually at 31,000 now, gosh) and giving them some nice graphs to nerd about:

tinyletter.com/gendercensus/le

A very important statistical investigation* by a follower using the responses from last year's Gender Census, plus I throw in a bit of wild speculation.

gendercensus.tumblr.com/post/6

* it's memes

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