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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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We chose to have a store in Liverpool because of its diversity, our gender-neutral service fits in with what Liverpool's all about", says Michael.
Casey said all aspects of the salon will be gender-neutral, from the way customers are addressed to the magazines.
New Delhi [India], February 02 ( ANI ): The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed a plea seeking to make rape, sexual harassment, molestation gender-neutral.
When you type this problematic term, a red dotted line will appear beneath it, suggesting it be changed to the more gender-neutral property owner.
A spokesman for the Scout Association said: "Using gender-neutral language can help all young people feel comfortable to be themselves.
It means both Swansea and Bournemouth will give fans the choice to opt for a gender-neutral 'Mx' prefix when being addressed.
A campaigner won permission earlier this month to challenge the Home Office's rejection of gender-neutral passports.
Handmade in the USA in Colfax, California, by Russell Vincent, Outlaw Soaps says they create exciting gender-neutral personal care products for adventurous people, whether "they love leather, whiskey or campfires.
Consequently, gender-neutral kindergartens started to appear in the Swedish market.
They applied for a gender-neutral birth certificate at the Vital Statistics division of Service NL in April.
John Lewis is at the centre of the debate after removing specific gender labels from its ranges as well as introducing a gender-neutral range.
A growing number of countries such as Australia, New Zealand, Denmark and Germany are offering gender-neutral passports and a third option is allowed under the International Civil Aviation Organisation.