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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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SANTA CLARITA - A gender-neutral version of the Bible will be available in April - instead of ``sons of God,'' it will read ``children of God,'' for example - which has stirred strong opinions among many religious leaders.
Create gender-neutral pronouns (I prefer expanding the use of it).
It's permissible to challenge difficult personalities, but it must be done in gender-neutral language.
31, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- On October 28, the city of Philadelphia passed an LGBTQ-inclusive reform stating that all city-owned buildings must be equipped with gender-neutral restroom signs.
They also finessed Bateman's brutal sexism into more generalized, gender-neutral misanthropy, while all the time maintaining the piece's scathing critique of the money culture.
But this sounds like a gender-neutral version of "liberty, equality, fraternity" - a French slogan, not something distinctively American.
The modern-day, politically-correct demand for gender-neutral, feminist, or "inclusive" language in the Bible (and all of life) is an offshoot of 1970s feminism.
Each face was exactly gender-neutral, so it was neither male nor female.
Gender-neutral bathrooms--a feature at Ohio State University in Columbus, "arguably the most trans-supportive public university in the country.
Yet this 1950s view of marriage is no longer incorporated into American family law, which in most states is now formally gender-neutral.
The increasingly technology-driven, gender-neutral workplace that is evolving, along with shortages of educated workers, will eventually combine to banish ``glass ceiling'' from the list of problems some women encounter in their careers.
This new language is sometimes called gender-neutral.