A few stats from the PortlandMercury.com (Portland, Oregon) November 2018 semi-annual sex survey of 2,508 people (47% identify as cisgender* women, 43% identify as cisgender men, 9% identify as genderqueer, nonbinary***, or other, .70% identify as trans men and, and .29% identify as trans women)
A few stats from the PortlandMercury.com Semi-annual Sex Survey published Nov. 8, 2018. Based on the following two articles:
– Wm. Steven Humphrey, “The Best of the 2018 Mercury Sex Survey: The Results Are In!,” portlandmercury.com, Nov. 8, 2018.
“All about you: Of the 2,508 people who completed this survey, 47 percent identify as cisgender women, 43 percent identify as cisgender men, 9 percent identify as genderqueer, nonbinary, or other, .70 percent identify as trans men and, and .29 percent identify as trans women. 100 percent of all of you are loved by the Mercury.”
– “Mercury Sex Survey 2018: Just the Results, No Analysis,” portlandmercury.com, Nov. 8, 2018.
* Cisgender – “of, relating to, or being a person whose gender identity corresponds with the sex the person had or was identified as having at birth,” merriam-webster.com, accessed 12/1/2020.
** Monogamish – A form of open relationship, term by Dan Savage, Host of Savage Lovecast, several sources, accessed 9/22/2018. See the SexEd.net Topic/Sub-Topic Open Relationships, Open Marriages (Non-Monogamy)
***“To be a non-binary person is – essentially – exactly what it sounds like: To identify yourself, and your gender, as existing outside of the binary definitions of man or woman, masculine or feminine,” glaad.org, 7/14/2019. Article on glaad.org titled, “9 young people explain what being non-binary means to them,” by Kylin Camburn, Glaad Campus Ambassador.
Chart created and posted by SexEd.net December 2020