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Some parents are trying to raise their children “entirely without gender.” The Genreless Generation has been challenging and blurring gender definitions for years, so it should come as no surprise that some Millennial parents are choosing to pass on gendered pronouns in favor of “they” and “them.” They’re asking family, friends, and other caretakers to avoid mentioning their child’s anatomy and assuming they’re a “he” or “she.” One such parent argues that “parenting in general is a social experiment.” (The Cut)

Apr 04 2018

Some parents are trying to raise their children “entirely without gender.” The Genreless Generation has been challenging and blurring gender definitions for years, so it should come as no surprise that some Millennial parents are choosing to pass on gendered pronouns in favor of “they” and “them.” They’re asking family, friends, and other caretakers to avoid mentioning their child’s anatomy and assuming they’re a “he” or “she.” One such parent argues that “parenting in general is a social experiment.” (The Cut)