Gender-Neutral Baby Shopping + Tips

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More and more, parents are eschewing the overtly-gendered garb that once swathed many a babe, dressing their dears in neutrals and jewel tones instead. 

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History of Gender-Neutral Parenting

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Gender-neutral parenting is a movement that’s growing in popularity, and it’s one that has a history which goes far beyond giving the boot to announcements like, “it’s a boy!” Just a few decades ago, baby and toy aisles were essentially segregated into two sections — one for girls, and one for boys. A truly confounding number of products were color-coded pink and blue, with lots of onesies to match. Yet, as the escalating trend of “gender reveal” parties grew more and more extreme — causing wildfires, plane crashes, and even claiming lives, some parents began bucking the binary entirely.

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Historical Habits

Just over a century ago, it wasn’t easy to infer whether a child was a boy or a girl based solely on attire. In much of the world, infants simply wore swaddles or sacks to keep them warm. In reviewing art from across the globe that was made during the past two millennia, youths are largely depicted in the nude, wrapped in cloth, or in gowns. Until the early 1900s, most children in the Western world — including those in the United States — wore long dresses, with perhaps some modifications to the cut at the shoulder.

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In the Victorian era, children were viewed as being so pure that the idea of ascribing a gender was frankly regarded as creepy. Even a sentence that’s common now, such as, “What a strong little man!” would have been appalling, since Victorian parents thought giving babies and young children gendered qualities was offensive and, well, gross. Instead, parents at the time were dedicated to perceiving children as pre-sexed beings — and they tried to maintain that perception for as long as possible. Conventional thought at the time held that ascribing gender to a youth would sexualize them. Furthermore, people believed that if ideas about gender were introduced too early, it would lead to perversion or sexual vice.

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Freudian Fashion

Trappings for tots started to change after Sigmeund Freud published his “Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality” in 1905. He theorized that sexual characteristics are innate, and further asserted that childhood influences could affect a person for the rest of their life. In particular, his theory of identification suggested that a child would identify with one parent and adopt their characteristics. This led to dresses for boys falling out of habit, since men at the time would not have worn one. Thus began the gendering of baby clothes.

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Freud’s theories also contributed to abandoning the notion that introducing a child to gendered elements could harm their development — largely because Freud believed that a boy identifying with his mother could supposedly cause a host of mental disorders. Just 5 years after his essays were published, psychologists entered a period of studying ways to establish ever younger children as “proper men,” and became preoccupied with efforts to make boys more manly. In fact, the Boy Scouts of America was founded in 1910 in part to carry out that mission. This meant that although dresses for newborn infants remained in fashion up to the 1950s, it became a fashion faux pas for boys as they grew older.

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Screenings and Sex Determination

Once it became widely available, amniocentesis brought some additional accouterments to the prenatal set. The now-common test first hit the obstetrics scene in the 1980s. Although it is mostly used to screen for conditions like Down Syndrome, it has a side effect of being able to confirm certain sex characteristics while a fetus is still in the womb. This led to the rise of the question, “Do you know if it’s a boy or a girl?” The wait-and-see wondering of previous generations quickly became a thing of the past, or at least an option rather than the only course.

After expectant parents discovered they could learn the sex characteristics of a child before birth, a burst of gendered nursery products built specifically for boys or girls flooded the market. Every conceivable, though often pastel, shade of pink and blue was used for every kind of child-rearing tool and toy imaginable. From gendered dolls to bibs and blankets, families now could clad nurseries and childhood bedrooms across the country in color-coded hues weeks before their little one ever arrived — and many did.

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Non-Gendered Nurturing

Yet, not every parent in the 70’s and 80’s was eager to give their child a quick introduction to gender concepts. To the contrary, non-gendered parenting saw a brief period of popularity during that time period. As part of this trend, parents sought to eliminate gender entirely from the childrearing experience as opposed to encouraging children to explore gender. However, kids at the time reportedly hated it — especially considering how confusing it was when those children entered school or another part of society with gendered dynamics. Eventually, it fell out of vogue.

Non-gendered parenting is a bit more drastic than the neutral, gender-affirming approach many parents are putting into practice today. In fact, trying to eliminate gender entirely is not recommended. Instead, the American Academy of Pediatrics urges caregivers to create a balance of toys that are feminine, masculine, and unisex. Then, simply allow children to explore. With awareness of transgender identities and support for gender diverse peoples’ rights on the rise, there’s growing interest in creating opportunities for their children to find and express their own gender identity without being asked to conform to the gendered expectations or stereotypes adults may have. 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Teaching Terms

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In a policy statement addressing the need to ensure comprehensive care and support for transgender and gender-diverse children, the AAP urged parents to put less focus on who a child may become. Instead, value who they are now. According to the AAP, this fosters a secure relationship with, and resilience within, a child. The AAP also noted that a child’s gender identity is not likely to be influenced by their family’s acceptance or rejection; however, those factors do profoundly affect a young person’s ability to openly discuss or share concerns related to their gender and identity. Self-recognition of gender is something that develops over time, in much the same way a child’s physical body will; however, during this process and even later on in life, gender identity can be fluid and may shift.

Parents can help their children navigate questions and discussions about gender by knowing how a variety of terms that describe identities on the gender spectrum are defined. Of course, language does change and evolve rapidly — especially in the digital age, but there are several labels beyond “boy,” “girl,” and “transgender” to keep in mind. The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) maintains a a gender glossary, and The Gender Book offers a handful of worksheets and illustrated infographics online that parents can use as teaching tools.

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This label is typically assigned at birth based on genetic and anatomic factors, including genitals, chromosomes, and hormone levels. Although it is sometimes referred to as a “natal gender,” it is separate from gender identity. Gender and sex are both spectrums and man-made concepts, but physical sex traits do not determine, foretell, or restrict a person’s gender or sexual identities. 

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This term applies to a variety of people on the sex spectrum whose bodies have sex characteristics or reproductive organs that diverge from typical female or male; however, intersex anatomy isn’t always visible at birth, or at all. Some won’t know until puberty, and others may not know until they try to have children of their own.

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The World Health Organization defines gender as a result of socially constructed ideas about behavior, actions, and roles performed by people of particular sexes. The term is typically used to illustrate the attributes a society or culture considers to be feminine or masculine, as common notions do change over time and customs differ regionally across the globe. 

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This term refers to a person’s internal, deeply held sense of their gender. This intuition comes from a complex interaction of biological traits, developmental influences, and environmental conditions. Many people define their gender identity as “man” or “woman,” but some find they identify as neither, a combination of both, or land somewhere in between.

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This phrase refers to the external ways gender is expressed. Examples may include a person’s name, pronouns, clothes, haircut, voice, behaviors, and body characteristics. Anything society would identify as a masculine or feminine cue can be a form of gender expression — though it’s important to remember that interpretations will vary by culture.

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The term “gender dysphoria” describes a feeling of intense discomfort regarding gender. It can involve physical distress, or social frustration with how a person is seen, categorized, and treated by others. Emotions like sadness or disgust over one’s perceived gender or assigned sex are signs of dysphoria, and these feelings can emerge in anyone at any stage of life.

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This term describes people who express their gender in ways that differ from conventional expectations of masculinity and femininity. Androgyny is a common example, and many people express gender in non-traditional ways nowadays. A butch cisgender woman wearing men’s clothes could be described as gender non-conforming. That said, it’s important to make a distinction between gender-nonconformity and transgender identity. Many transgender men and women express gender in conventional ways, and simply being transgender does not automatically make someone gender-nonconfirming, or vice versa. 

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Those who don’t feel an internal connection to any gender are likely to identify as agender, but that’s not the term’s only application. A person who senses their gender is completely neutral may also use the term to self-describe. Those who are agender might consider themselves non-binary too, since this identity is outside the scope of “girl” and “boy.”

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People whose personal sense of gender identity aligns with the sex they were assigned at birth are cisgender. Children assigned male who grow up to identify as men and kids assigned female who experience themselves as women are cisgender. The Latin prefix “cis-” means “on the same side as,” and is the antonym of “trans-”, as in “transgender.”

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This umbrella term applies to gender identities which involve a partial, but not full, connection to one or more genders. This can be communicated as “demiboy,” “demigirl,” “demifluid,” “demiflux,” or “deminonbinary.” The “demi-” prefix translates to “half” in Latin; however, there is not a threshold of 50% affinity for any gender in order for the term to apply.

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Those who experience a flexible gender identity rather than gravitating explicitly to a single definition may be described as genderfluid. They may shift between expressions of different genders at any time throughout life and identify with multiple genders simultaneously. This identity has many subcategories, including bigender, trigender, and pangender.

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This term can apply to people whose experience of gender is “queer,” which is to say: not defined by or limited to the scope of what is traditionally considered masculine or feminine, and also does not conform to heterosexual norms. Given that this identity is specifically built around the word “queer,” it also tends to carry political connotations. A queer gender may fall outside of, fluctuate in between, or include the binary of man and woman.

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Recently coined in the mid-1990s, this gender is similar to agender, in that one’s internal sense of gender may be neutral or even null, or slightly aligned to one side of the gender spectrum. A neutrois person may wish to express gender neutrality, and some may experience gender dysphoria. Those who do might seek to transition to a more neutral body.

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This term can apply to all people whose gender identity falls outside the binary categories of “girl” and “boy,” “man” and “woman.” A non-binary gender identity can involve a third gender, a combination of genders, no gender, a fluid gender, or a gender that is personally defined. In some states, this gender is legally recognized as an X on IDs and driver’s licenses.

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This umbrella term encompasses all whose gender identity differs from the sex they were assigned at birth. Some may use hormones and surgery to bring their bodies into alignment with their gender identity, but not all will or want to. Transgender identity is not dependent on appearance, medical procedures, or experiences of dysphoria — although, many transgender people do experience persistent dysphoria, particularly in gendered environments or when misgendered while interacting with others.

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Stereotype Threat

In many parts of the world, women and gender-diverse people remain underrepresented in sciences and political arenas, and also continue to contend with persistent issues and stigmas surrounding income inequality, sexism, and queerphobia. As such, many parents are rightly concerned that stereotypes may discourage a child from pursuing their passion — or worse, cause them to feel despair or shame about who they are. Studies have shown that children as young as 4 years old sometimes have gendered ideas about what is possible for men and women, and even stereotyping certain toys as being for boys or girls can limit the skills children develop. The phenomenon of decreased performance or participation of a stereotyped group based on a perceived lack of ability or hurdles to access is known as “stereotype threat,” and it is commonly reflected in research regarding success in STEM fields.

Yet, there are signs gender stereotypes are losing their grip on collective consciousness. In the United States, studies show a majority of all age groups report more favorable views of transgender and gender-diverse people than they had just 5 years ago. Increasingly, members of the Millennial and Gen Z generations are blurring gendered fashion lines in their own wardrobes as well as identifying in ways beyond binary conventions — and that’s expected to continue. Several celebrities, including Will and Jada Pinkett Smith, Angelina Jolie, and Russell Brand, have also begun advocating for and openly modeling gender-neutral parenting. Given all this, perhaps it’s no surprise that there’s increasing interest in how to rear gender-diverse and transgender children in a supportive way so that any kids who may not identify as either a boy or a girl can enjoy a happy, healthy childhood alongside their peers.

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Modern Models

Trying to keep the gender spectrum open to a little one who is learning who they are doesn’t necessarily mean parents need to strictly limit gendered images, toys, or colors around their kiddo. Pediatricians and child developmental specialists recommend presenting children with an array of toys, clothes, and types of play that can help kids figure out what they feel an affinity toward. Studies show that children remember more information about toys and objects that they deem suitable for their own gender than they do about those for other genders. Caregivers can support this discovery and development process by paying attention to what children gravitate to and recall about playtime. That information can serve as a guide of sorts as kids grow.

Don’t worry, parents who are really into gender-neutral rearing aren’t simply relegated to a bland wardrobe of white, grey, and tan sacks until kids are old enough to share their gender. Thankfully, increased demand for fun and functional unisex designs has created a cornucopia of clothing, swaddling, and diapering apparel in an array of colors and patterns. To make it easy to find high-quality, breathable, and natural fabric fashion for newborns, babies, and toddlers, here’s a collection of brands with gender neutral options arranged by type.

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Clothes

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Our Recommendations: BapronBaby Emerson and Friends • Kyte Baby • Little Sleepies • Rylee + Cru • Turtledove London

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Diapers + Diapering Supplies

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Our Recommendations: Nest Compostables • SnoofyBee Travel Pads • Tiny Human Supply Co. • TotsBots Shells + Bamboo Wipes

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Sleepwear + Socks + Swaddles

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Our Recommendations: Babysoy Socks • Embe Swaddler + Swaddleout • Pehr Novelty Swaddles

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Nonbinary Nursery

Just like with daily duds, a gender-neutral nursery need not be color-neutral. In fact, it presents a wonderful opportunity to showcase your creativity and express love to your little one in a way that encourages them to explore the world. Mobiles, soft toy bins, and other sustainable furnishings will help your little one grow up in a safe and stylish environment that can facilitate all sorts of self-discovery. High chairs and strollers also come with an array of colorful attachments and cute accessories that can provide your child a variety of ways to play and express their budding personality.

Parents and caregivers looking to put a personal touch on baby’s bedroom and play spaces are encouraged to start by selecting design elements that reflect gender-inclusive interests, talents, and values within the family. The next important step is to carefully consider materials, because little bodies are a lot more sensitive to chemicals — and babies are almost guaranteed to mouth whatever is nearby. Scratched, flakey, or structurally damaged furniture could become a hazard in the home, especially in terms of splinters, poisoning, and crush or fall risks. Rounded corners are also safer when small ones are in the house, especially once they start zooming around. To give an idea of what that can look like, here’s a collection of kid-friendly furnishings for nursery nesting and other must-have moveables that inspire and promote play.

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Nursery Furniture + Decor

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Our Recommendations: Oeuf • Pearhead • Pehr

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High Chairs + Accessories

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Our Recommendations: Bubcover Childhome • Mima • Stokke

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Rattles + Toys

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Our Recommendations: blabla • Itzy Ritzy • Manhattan Toys • PlanToys

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