Data can be difficult to understand. Whether it’s attempting to analyse the numbers, unpacking the jargon or feeling overwhelmed with the general topic at hand, it makes sense why many of us might steer away from the stats. But, in his debut book, Queer Data: Using Gender, Sex and Sexuality Data for Action, Dr Kevin GuyanContinue reading “GAY TIMES interview”
For LGBT History Month, I wrote a response piece for Publishing Scotland on Monstrous Regiment’s The Bi-ble: New Testimonials (Volume 2) and what it tells us about the representation of queer lives. You can read the full article here.
I have a comment piece in The Scotsman newspaper (17 August 2021) on why Members of the Scottish Parliament must spend less time ‘debating’ the lives of LGBTQ people and more time restoring Scotland’s reputation for progressive LGBTQ legislation. To read the article visit The Scotsman website.
Ahead of Scotland’s 2022 census, an international team of over 300 scientific experts in quantitative data have written an open letter to National Records of Scotland and the Scottish Government affirming that the census should ask about lived sex. The publication of the open letter was covered in The Herald on Sunday 4 April 2021.Continue reading “Hundreds of academics back self-ID sex question in Scottish census”