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Kate Hudson raising daughter 'genderless': 'We still don’t know what she's going to identify as'
Actress Kate Hudson recently revealed that she is raising her daughter "genderless" until her child decides how she wants to identify.
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"It doesn’t really change my approach, but there’s definitely a difference. I think you just raise your kids individually regardless — like a genderless [approach]" Hudson, an Oscar-nominated actress said in an interview with AOL.com last week, when asked if raising a girl will change her parenting style. Hudson is also a mom of two boys.
"We still don’t know what she's going to identify as," she said of her baby girl, Rani Rose, who was born in October. Pronounced like "Ronnie," she was named after her current boyfriend's father.
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At present, the actress said, her daughter is "incredibly feminine in her energy, her sounds and her way."
Hudson is not the only celebrity indicating that she is adopting a or "genderless" approach with regard to parenting.
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Singer Pink boasted in 2017 about raising her kids in a "gender-neutral" way, praising the fact that children are having the conversation about gender, after having seen a bathroom sign at a local kindergarten that read "Gender Neutral – anybody" and calling it "progress."
The more extreme version of a "genderless" approach to parenting has been called raising "theybies," where parents do not disclose the sex of their child and use plural pronouns "they, them, and their" when addressing them, so the kids can decide for themselves if, when and how they wish to identify. Raising kids this way, their parents say, is to...
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