Taylor Swift is calling out the 2020 census.
Swift took part in Pride Live’s Stonewall Day livestream event, an annual commemoration of the 1969 Stonewall uprising where she addressed the issue. “We had a really good step forward recently with the Supreme Court ruling based on discrimination, based on sex, but we still have so far to go in terms of equality and protections for LGBTQ people and people in the trans community,” she noted in her pre-recorded message for the event.
Taylor continued that “The Equality Act has still not been passed and that needs to happen” and further called out the 2020 Census, which doesn’t have the option of checking transgender or nonbinary for your gender.
Taylor used this as a call to action for her fans: “Obviously, we all need to exercise our right to vote this year. We need to check out our absentee ballot policy in our states and we need to make sure that we elect people who care about all communities.”