NYU Anti Racist Survey asks students to identify one or more of 30 genders

New York University's Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development asked students to identify as one of at least 30 genders in a survey to "help build a more affirming environment."

The survey was created by Steinhard's Office of Equity, Belonging, and Community Action and sent to students in February in order to "inform the School's policies, promote anti-racist practice, and help build a more affirming School environment for all," according to an email obtained by TheBlaze.

"This survey was designed by my office to understand everyone's experiences and sense of belonging at the school," said Director of Equity Initiatives Maria Ramirez in a Feb. 3 Facebook video. "The survey is completely confidential, and we'll be using the data to inform our equity work in hopes of making Steinhardt a better place for everyone, especially our more vulnerable peers."