Do I understand that when it doesn't say Female or Male, you can't put sex when the names are clear?
I can understand not putting sex for names like Michele - Italian for Michael - Male and also used by many for the English spelling for the Female name which is most often spelled Michelle - or even names like Leslie, Morgan, and the many gender-neutral names but when the name is completely clear and obvious - like Ann, Mary, Lily, Laura, Joan, Sally etc or Peter, John, Henry, Robert - not indicating sex just seems silly. Can you not indicate sex unless the record says Female or Male. I've been indexing voters roll for New Zealand and have done about 180 entries wrong if that is the case. The job and the indicator - married, verified sex in most of them anyway. I am confused. I know I've been away from indexing for a while but this seems silly.