First time I've seen a reasonable argument for not identifying us as queers on the U.S. census. After all, he says, "[w]here's the corresponding movement to "atheize" the census? (4th paragraph, 5th sentence).
I've never seen the other issue before in relation to the census (brought up here near the end of the article) - that "the 'sex' option should be amended to allow for identification as 'intersex', 'genderqueer'. etc."
What do you think?