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Here in the US we sometimes see registration forms asking users to choose "Mr" or "Ms" as a title, though these days you might need to include a neutral choice too, or give them an option to enter their own preferred title. Biological sex is too sensitive as a subject and you might steer some of the TA away if you use it. For example, will it help identify what types of advertisements to display?(I came across this list of neutral titles.) It also seems like you're asking what you should label that entry in your form. You are asking a question about sex/gender initially, so I'll answer that first. Anyhow, it's always good to start with understanding why you are doing something in the first place.Developed by Halton Region Health Department & White Oaks Secondary School.There’s a website for whatever you desire romantically — meet someone with similar interests on OK Cupid, find a discreet person to have an extramarital affair with on Ashley Madison, get set up with a leather sub at Fet Life.However, the article was just a bit of political humor from the Daily Currant that spoofed the multiple technical problems users encountered with the online federal health insurance exchange after that system was launched on the web at the beginning of October 2013. As noted in the Daily Currant‘s “About” page, that web site deals strictly in satire: The Daily Currant is an English language online satirical newspaper that covers global politics, business, technology, entertainment, science, health and media. The 47-year-old was just one of five women taken into custody as part of the undercover operation.All of them allegedly offered sex acts to officers in exchange for money, but it was Bryan’s case that gained national attention after the bizarre circumstances of her arrest were released by police.

By the end of the day links and excerpts referencing this article were being circulated via social media, with many of those who encountered it mistaking it for a genuine news item. In a comment you say you're asking for male/female simply so you can address them correctly.I interpret that to mean you're corresponding with them as "Dear Mr Lastname" or "Dear Ms Lastname." So you could ask for that specific information. https://ux.stackexchange.com/a/85487/57766 If this data is crucial, and you have to ask, use "Gender".That Bryan would be desperate enough to perform a sex act on a stranger for two Taco Bell soft tacos—which cost a mere .38—speaks to the dire economic circumstances for certain swaths of America.For many of these people, trading sex for money is the only way to earn a living.