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An English couple are planning to raise their child genderless in order to protect them from “unconscious bias.”
This Humphrey, 38, and Jake England-Johns, 35, will have a 17-month-old baby by the name of Anoush. She said that she was going to raise Anoush as a gender-neutral way, and not to say to your family and friends what the sex of the baby.
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“So much of gender bias is unconscious,” Humphrey had said to the BBC, One in an interview that aired Monday. “When I was pregnant, we had a discussion about how we were going to reduce the unconscious bias. And we thought that this was the only way we can do that, it was just not to tell people.”
In spite of their oath to not to have to inform loved ones of what is the child’s family, and one of their grandparents learned — when changing the baby’s diaper.
This Room, and Jake England-Johns said that she is planning to go on a 17-month-old baby, named Anoush, without the sex.
England-Johns said the parents have been pretty good to keep room for the people’s cause discomfort in us, saying, ” Actually, we don’t tell anyone that we didn’t tell anyone for now.” We can only Anoush is a baby.”
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Actress Kate Hudson is similar to the headlines in January, when she said in an interview with AOL, she wanted to raise her daughter, “for the individual, regardless of as a genderless [approach].” Later, she clarified her comments, that she said was in response to the prompt, if it’s a girl, it is different from raising a boy.
“This is all just click bait tactics by saying that I am raising my daughter to be ‘genderless’ and is to be stupid and to be honest, it’s not even a sentence,” she wrote on Instagram. “I’m trying to get my kids to be good people with the best tools to do this big crazy world.”
Fox News’ Sasha Savitsky, contributed to this report.