A survey published in 2008 had a question about gender—and choices were male/man (26%), female/woman (41%), part time one or the other (20%), or fill in the blank with responders own term. The fill in choice got 860 possibilities including genderqueer, hybrid, third gender, twidget, birl and pangender.
I guess I’m not shocked that the researchers were shocked to find employment discrimination.
And I suppose that makes most of us anti-trany if we can’t figure it out.
“A gender not listed here,” The Williams Institute, UCLA, 2012