Canada is becoming home to every aberration. It now performs the population census by breaking it down into five “gender identities.” This is what Statistics Canada, the national statistical agency, did when it categorized Canadians into “transgender women and men, cisgender women and men, and non-binary people” in the 2021 census.
The results reveal that “more than 100,000 Canadians identify as non-binary or transgender.”
Canada is “the first country in the world to collect this information in a census.”
Prior to the 2021 population census, some citizens had stated that they could not define themselves using the two categories proposed, i.e., the only two existing in human (and any other animal) sexuality, i.e., male or female. So, after the usual consultations and empty talks, the census was “evolved” by adding the “new gender identities”. Since the 2021 census, the questionnaire proposed to citizens has therefore begun to distinguish between “sex at birth” and “current sex”, including a new question on “gender”, in order to–as explained in the introduction to the results of the statistical survey–reflect “the reality of today in terms of acceptance and understanding in progress of the multiplicity of genders and sexes, as well as the growing social and legal recognition of people generally transgender, non-binary, and LGBTQ2+, i.e., lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, two-spirit and that they use other terms to express gender or sex.”