• Dave HawkinsDave Hawkins, almost 7 years ago

    We opted for Male, Female & Non-Binary as an inclusive way of asking for gender. Other is not an inclusive term. If you have a fairly educated audience I recommend you ask people to choose a Pronoun.

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    • Truman BoyesTruman Boyes, almost 7 years ago

      Same. We are currently in the process of redoing our gender form as well, and after some research opted for "non-binary" rather than "other." If a user chooses non-binary, they're then given an optional text field to enter the gender they feel most comfortable with.

      From what I saw, this method manages to be both inclusive and free of bloat in the UI.

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    • Brad Siefert, almost 7 years ago

      100% agree with this.

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