F to M
M to F
Other (please explain)
10 options? That's five times as many as most of the forms I fill out have. This was a novelty to me, and deeply entertaining, as were the subsequent questions on sexual orientation (8 options, if you were wondering) and "outness." (I put "almost all" out, though the "all out" is probably something to aspire to.)
Then I went on to the next page, family information. None of it was required, and at the bottom was a box you could check if you were or had ever been homeless.
That this was probably just as necessary as the multiple options on the "gender" drop down was sort of a kill joy.
And now I have to write 3 essays by the Monday deadline.
Sigh. At least it was fun to start with.