I have written a piece for WIRED on the collection of more data about gender and sexuality in national censuses and how this can come at the price of real action. Read the full article on the WIRED website.
Why do we assume that more data will improve the lives of LGBTQ people? This article challenges this assumption and considers how data can produce inaction that maintains the status quo.
I discuss my research into Scotland’s 2022 census and the collection of gender, sex and sexuality data in a blog post for the University of Aberdeen. Read the full article here.
My peer-reviewed article ‘Constructing a queer population? Asking about sexualorientation in Scotland’s 2022 census’ is to be published in the Journal of Gender Studies. The article is the first to discuss the design process for a question on sexual orientation in a national census. Using correspondence between National Records of Scotland, the Scottish Parliament’s Culture,Continue reading “New article in the Journal of Gender Studies”