California’s state bar has added some probing new questions to a survey of its licensees in an attempt to fulfill its mission of supporting “greater access to, and inclusion in, the legal system.”

The voluntary survey, presented to attorneys when they log on to the bar’s website, asks members expanded questions about their gender and sexual orientations, including whether they identify as “two spirit,” a distinct gender status in Native American communities, and whether they are pansexual, asexual or another binary sexual identity.

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