Reporting Statistics

The right to not have male crimes attributed to females. Male crime should be recorded and reported as male crime, irrespective of the ‘gender identity’ of the perpetrator.  It is wrong to remove the right of journalists to report the sex, and history, of subjects, leading to the false report of female committed crimes.  Eliminating data collection of sex-based inequalities in areas where females are underrepresented.

EXAMPLES
 

  • DATA Corruption: In 2021 ABS allowed males to call themselves 'female': "Feedback from respondents and members of the LGBTIQ+ community during Census enumeration identified some confusion on how to answer the question for people who are gender diverse, gender non-binary or transgender. It is likely therefore that some respondents answered based on their gender identity rather than their biological sex." (2020-21 ABS report)

Note, in 2020-21, ABS  reported a 38% increase in 'female' perpetrated sexual assault and related offences.

 

Surely everyone can recognise, this is something' that warrants investigation. 

https://www.abs.gov.au/census/guide-census-data/census-dictionary/2021/variables-topic/population/sex-sexp.