gender neutral


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gender neutral

adjective Referring to clothing, behaviours, thoughts, emotions and/or relationships which are not regarded as either masculine or feminine.
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Over the next few months gender neutral toilets will be made available across the campus.
At a recent meeting, board members were told: "A review is ongoing to identify potential gender neutral toilets within NHS Forth Valley.
Caption: Activist Gemma Hickey led the Newfoundland and Labrador campaign for the right to obtain a gender neutral birth certificate.
Mr Belli said: "We put gender neutral in our tweet but it's not meant to be a gender issue.
You can't say Susan Jones is a 40-year-old gender neutral person.
The criteria for allotting permanent commission (PC) in the IAF are based on a gender neutral policy.
Options are he, she, they or the gender neutral term, ze--or even a preferred non-legal name.
Until then public restrooms, such as they existed, were generally gender neutral or marked for men only.
The High Court ruled that not everyone should be forced to identify as a man or woman when dealing with officials, saying some people could legitimately describe themselves as gender neutral.
The new draft circulated to the cabinet members reintroduces the word ' rape' instead of ' sexual assault', which was seen as having a wider and gender neutral definition.
New policies not completing in time before this date will result in re-quotes on a gender neutral basis.