Tell the Census to Include Sexual Orientation

UPDATE: As of Thursday September 28, the Census Bureau has reversed their decision and WILL be including a question on sexual orientation in the Census Barriers, Attitudes and Motivators Study. However, we encourage you to still submit comments in support of the decision:

This week, the Census Bureau announced that it is removing a planned sexual orientation question from an important national survey, the Census Barriers, Attitudes and Motivators Study (CBAMS). Who and how the Census counts has enormous consequences for resource distribution, representation, and LGBTQ protections. We count.  Our experiences matter.  Our needs matter, so count us.

Email the Census now to tell them to include sexual orientation in the CBAMS. We count.

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Note: Some of the government submission forms this information is submitted to requires a title without providing inclusive options outside of the gender binary. At the Task Force, we keep working and advocating for these forms to be inclusive and apologize for the gendered nature of this form field.

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