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* [http://www.glaad.org/transgender/trans101 Transgender 101], GLAAD
* [http://www.glaad.org/transgender/trans101 Transgender 101], GLAAD
* [https://tranarchism.wordpress.com/2010/11/26/not-your-moms-trans-101/ Not Your Mom's Trans 101], Asher at Tranarchism
* [https://tranarchism.wordpress.com/2010/11/26/not-your-moms-trans-101/ Not Your Mom's Trans 101], Asher at Tranarchism
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* [https://blog.wikimedia.org/2015/03/09/gender-as-a-text-field/ Gender as a text field: What Wikipedia can learn from Facebook], Amanda Menking, Wikimedia Blog, 2015-03-09
== see also ==
== see also ==

Revision as of 11:55, 11 March 2015


This page documents how people currently publish gender information on the web (sometimes implicitly - so not easily machine parsable - such as names (Andrew, Andrea), titles (Mr, Mrs, Miss), relationships (husband, brother), pronouns (he, she), etc.)), and what gender terms are supported by current web user interfaces. This research will hopefully be useful to the genealogy microformat effort, as well as efforts to extend vCard, and therefore hCard.

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examples

These examples are based on two primary sources of real world web site usage (e.g. on social network sites)

sites and services

Social network sites typically publish the gender of the individual.

Sites and services that allow users to enter and publish their gender. Please add to this list.

In alphabetical order:

discussion elsewhere

see also

related

gender examples was last modified: Wednesday, December 31st, 1969

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