I seem to have accidentally published the Gender Census 2019 worldwide report on #TDoV.
I started the survey to help make us more visible and coherent to binary people and to each other, and I’m excited to still be achieving that!
The full UK report on the 2018 Gender Census is now up!
Gender Census 2018 - The Full Report (Worldwide)
This article includes the worldwide results for all the major questions, plus improved charts.
The titles report is up!
- Mx (up 3.0%)
- No title at all (up 1.6%)
- Mr (up 3.5%)
- Ms (up 2.9%)
- Non-gendered prof/acad. (down 10.6%)
The second question’s results have been published. This one is on identity words.
A three-day #TwitterPoll:
People whose genders aren't described by the "male or female" binary (including #nonbinary people), when you personally use "male" and "female", what can you intend those words to describe?
People whose genders differ from those they were assigned at birth (including #trans people), when you personally use "male" and "female", what can you intend those words to describe?
This is an account for the gender census: http://gendercensus.tumblr.com
It's an annual survey that gathers information and statistics on the language we gender-diverse people use to describe ourselves. Last year our survey got ~10,000 responses, which I'm pretty proud of! Here it is: http://gendercensus.tumblr.com/post/160656902130/nbgq-survey-2017-the-worldwide-results
Because there are so many participants I've had to start crowdfunding to cover costs. This year it's £150. https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/gender-census-2018