Beyond binary

More products and services are moving beyond gendered labels and structured options.

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Gender-neutral names

More and more parents are picking names that work well for boys, girls or non-binary bundles of joy.

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Tuxedo dresses

Tuxedo dresses. White lace suits. Pies instead of cake. Do whatever you want. It’s your big day!

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Mattel’s new gender-neutral Creatable doll is completely customizable, letting kids decide for themselves who they’re playing with.

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Every-kid playrooms

Everything you need—books, toys, tents—for building a gender-neutral space for your kid to play and learn in.

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Unisex nurseries

Maybe you’re waiting to find out your baby's gender. Or maybe you want to avoid gender-conforming stereotypes. Either way!

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Androgynous wedding wear

If puffy dresses aren’t quite your scene, there are plenty of other options.

United States

US English is moving past the binary “he” or “she.” As of 2019, the gender-neutral singular “they” is Merriam-Webster official.

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Inclusive educational posters

Celebrate diversity with educational tools that teach fairness and inclusivity.

Kids sweater with mountain peak design

Unisex kid clothes

Kid colors aren't limited to just pink or blue. There's a whole rainbow of options—let 'em wear whatever they want.

Worldwide

Google added gender-neutral emojis so people have more ways to express themselves.

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Gender-neutral haircut

Stylish cuts for curly hair, wavy hair, straight hair, gray hair—and anything in-between.

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Androgynous flags

Whatever you’re about, there’s a flag for that. Fly it high and wave it proud.

Flamingo and alligator iced cookies

Gender-neutral party ideas

Instead of more traditional children’s party themes like princess or ninja parties, try rocketing into space or swinging through the jungle.

Business tip

See if you can make your products feel more inclusive with gender-neutral options and varied color schemes.

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