An update on the backlash against predictive list functionality for the ‘Other’ sexual orientation option in Scotland’s 2021 census.
On 1 April 2020, against the backdrop of an international public health emergency, the United States of America conducted its 24th national census — one of the largest data collection exercises in history. The US census did not ask a question about sexual orientation but it did frame queer identities in a way that endorses a potentiallyContinue reading “Queer erasure in the US census”
Misinformation about the sexual orientation question in Scotland’s 2021 census offers an insight into potential battles that lie ahead.
The world has changed, the days of opting-out of equality, diversity and inclusion work are over.