The upcoming Australian Census has come under fire from the LGBTIQ community for the way the nationwide survey is set to record sex and gender.
Every five years, Australians, are tasked with filling out the form which takes a snapshot of the country’s population containing questions about age, race, religion, marital status and more.
It also asks a question about people’s sex, بازدید اینستاگرام but not their gender, and even if someone selects ‘non-binary’ they will still be designated a sex, either male or female.
Campaigners fear this will lead to flawed data that won’t show how many LGBTQI people there are in Australia, with no way of putting if someone is .
The upcoming Australian Census has come under fire from the LGBTIQ community for the way the nationwide survey is set to record sex and gender
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