Will Nepal’s census lead to more rights and protections for its LGBTQI+ community? | The World

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Nepal’s Bureau of Statistics is kicking off the main stretch of its national census, and this year it’s introducing a new gender category. Respondents will now be given the option of identifying as male, female, or “other” . But as Manny Tsigas explains, it’s gained a mixed response from the country’s LGBTQI+ community.

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