A June analysis of Babycenter.com’s 2015 survey reveals that parents today seem to be embracing inclusion in naming their babies. “Just as companies have started making more neutral kids’ clothes, and taking ‘boy’ and ‘girl’ labels off toys, an increasing number of parents are choosing unisex names.” It seems that Mom and Pop “are more comfortable with the idea that gender is a fluid concept and that a name with an indistinct gender identity is more than fine — it’s preferable.” One baby blog even offers “Proof that 2015 is ‘the year of the gender-neutral baby.'”
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