When asked in a recent poll, 2 percent of millennials identified as pansexual – not limited in sexual choice to biological sex, gender or gender identity – and 1 percent as unsure or questioning. That means that at least 3 percent of people ages 18 to 34 probably would prefer to be identified as “they,” not “he” or “she.”
When asked in a recent poll, 2 percent of millennials identified as pansexual – not limited in sexual choice to biological sex, gender or gender identity – and 1 percent as unsure or questioning. That means that at least 3 percent of people ages 18 to 34 probably would prefer to be identified as “they,” not “he” or “she.” Wally Skalij Los Angeles Times
When asked in a recent poll, 2 percent of millennials identified as pansexual – not limited in sexual choice to biological sex, gender or gender identity – and 1 percent as unsure or questioning. That means that at least 3 percent of people ages 18 to 34 probably would prefer to be identified as “they,” not “he” or “she.” Wally Skalij Los Angeles Times