Reader Poll: What’s Your Gender?

If you could be so kind as to help me with a little poll. I’ve developed a sudden but intense curiosity to know the gender demographic of my readers. Of course, all this has a point in which I will explain later on, but for now I hope that you can just take a couple of seconds of your time to answer the (politically correct) poll.

At best, I’d like the regular readers of this blog including those who’ve subscribed me on their feeds as well as all you quiet stalkers out there to participate. It helps for me to know and determines if my point is going to make any sense later on.

Thanks again for participating. I really appreciate it.

Update: Because there seems to be a bug where two instances of the poll on the same page doesn’t seem to work properly. I’ve moved the poll permanently to the sidebar for the duration of the polling. Hopefully this makes it easier for everyone. Sorry for the little problem earlier. You can vote properly now.

9 thoughts on “Reader Poll: What’s Your Gender?

  1. Am trying to click female, but I keep getting a “Please choose a valid answer” box. Code wrong somewhere?

  2. I think I know what’s wrong. There are two sets of polls here so it doesn’t know which one to choose. I’ll soon fix that.

  3. Eli, last I checked my biology lessons. “Penguin” isn’t a gender. 🙂 They do have genders though. To which you still have to pick it right. 🙂

  4. haha…this is not a criticism, just mental wankery, but if this was totally PC it might be a scale where people could click on to see where they best identified:
    [male] —————- [ female ]
    with an option to state they lie outside of these definitions (genderqueer, third gender, hijra, intergender etc).

  5. just a gentle reminder: i know people who will tick male or female, but if provided with an “other” option will be inclined to choose that, for personal or political reasons with identity. always good to provide an ‘other’ option.

  6. just a gentle reminder: i know people who will tick male or female, but if provided with an “other” option will be inclined to choose that, for personal or political reasons with identity. always good to provide an ‘other’ option.

    or “non applicable”

  7. Three consecutive comment Lainie, are you trying to tell me something? 🙂

    Unfortunately the idea behind this is for me to know just how many of my readers are men and women. It’ll make sense later on with what I’m planning to write. The thing about conventional genders is that I don’t know what other political correctness I should have put in if any. At least I did take transgendered people into consideration. Any more than that and I wouldn’t have the slightest clue.

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