Tag Archives: transgender

If the Suit Fits…

21 September

Nonbinary and Gender Non-conforming Fashion In my work in qualitative research, gender identity and labels come up regularly, and their intersection with the fashion world has taken a fascinating turn of late. Nonbinary.org, a wiki for nonbinary gender education and advocacy explains that “some nonbinary people like clothes that don’t give any female or male […]

Gender: Do we really need to ask?

04 June

I’m a qualitative researcher, and I regularly write screening questionnaires. The basic demographic questions we have asked for decades are: age, gender, marital status, education, employment and sometimes ethnicity. We do this for two reasons: 1) to ensure we include a mix of people, and 2) to exclude people who have no experience or interest […]