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gender-neutral

adjective Referring to anything, toys and other products, activities and services that can accommodate the needs of either sex
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Gender neutrality helps to establish trust with a transgender patient and makes it easier to get a full history, including details about the surgical and management strategies for the patient's transition, the difficulties the patient might be having, and how to get the assistance that patient might need, Dr.
The article examines the prevalence of gender neutrality in the bureaucracy in Pakistan and is organized into the following sections: The first Section sets out the concept of gender neutrality in organizations and the next examines Weberian notions of gender neutrality in bureaucracies.
The old feminism tries to overcome that basic math by compelling us to live under the aegis of gender neutrality.
Otherwise--given that gender neutrality is defined in connection to lifestyles that can be universally led--women's cheapest option will be different than men's cheapest option, entailing inequality of freedom of choice and inequality of access.
we will make the industry grapple with the whole question of gender neutrality.
Based on a suspicious attitude towards the Incarnation, the gender neutrality of inclusive language is sufficiently blasphemous to destroy faith.
For example, gender neutrality could be achieved by referring to "Members of Congress," rather than "Congressmen," and by changing a few words in the previous quotation from Melendez-Diaz:
The virtues are 1) ample funding of public education through high school 2) decentralization, with ever more numerous school districts 3) separation of church and state, promoting an educational experience common to all American youth 4) gender neutrality and 5) a measure of permissiveness in making up for failed grades or missed schooling opportunities.
Moreover, Shane's lack of gender neutrality in pronouns perhaps hurts the dissemination of his ideas.
Since he believes that "we have lost the name we used to have for what mainly resists gender neutrality, which is 'manliness,'" Mansfield has set for himself the twofold task of providing an analysis of manliness, mainly through the study of literature and philosophy, and arguing for its cultural reinstatement as a real and essential component of human nature and happiness.