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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The guidance, produced with help from Scottish Trans Alliance, Equality Network and Leap Sports Scotland, suggests runners be allowed to opt out of giving a title on entry forms or have the option of using gender neutral title "Mx".
existing law "should be written in gender neutral language"
Salford's pledge to become 'trans and gender neutral friendly' has been highlighted by HEFCE - the Higher Education Funding Council for England - and the university has been contributing to national 'good practice' guidelines.
One of the main reasons for the demand of gender neutral toilets is for acknowledgement of trans and non-binary students, and for purposes of inclusivity.
NHS Forth Valley is currently drawing up an inventory of toilets which could already be considered gender neutral within its settings and looks set to give them more consideration in its future facilities.
As a gender neutral family, they are open to Willow wearing "boys' clothes." In August, Pink, Hart and Willow graced the MTV Video Music Awards, and the young girl was (http://www.etonline.com/pink-explains-why-shes-raising-daughter-willow-gender-neutral-92095) photographed wearing a suit.
The ad, on childcare.co.uk, states: "Characters like Action Man and Barbie enforce gender stereotypes." The parents, of Chelsea, South West London, say they've had issues with past carers, adding: "It's important the person understands what gender neutral is and how we're raising our children."
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Believed to be the first person in Canada to apply for a gender neutral birth certificate, Hickey says that having only male and female gender designations is unconstitutional.
Head teacher Marc Belli said the openplan toilets were designed as gender neutral for practical and not political reasons.
You can't say Susan Jones is a 40-year-old gender neutral person.
Until then public restrooms, such as they existed, were generally gender neutral or marked for men only.