It appears that there is a trend to give babies neutral names.
[O]ne of the hottest trends in the baby-naming world: gender-neutral monikers...“As usual, baby names are reflecting a larger cultural shift,” BabyCenter’s Global Editor-in-Chief Linda Murray wrote on the Web site last year. “Millennials are an open-minded and accepting group, and they don’t want their children to feel pressured to conform to stereotypes that might be restrictive.”It's really getting nuts out there, From Baby Center:
We recently saw Toys R Us in Sweden issue a gender-free Christmas catalog, while the company’s UK counterpart has phased out “boys” and “girls” aisles in stores, instead grouping toys by age and type.
This shift has extended to clothing outlets as well, with Banana Republic’s exclusive “mini” collection shying away from the age-old pinks and blues in favor of gender-neutral hues like grey, black and cream. Even Apple broke with tradition when it released its Apple Watch in one gender-free style: “The company apparently has no interest in reinforcing gender stereotypes,” reads one review of the new technology.
Of course, as with any hot trend, those in Hollywood have been fully on board: Kristen Bell, Blake Lively and Mila Kunis are just a few of the celebrities who picked gender-neutral names for their new arrivals.
This is all more of the wacko left's move in the direction of reality distortion. They want women in the military but safe rooms during college debates.
The left just hates the fact that there are two genders and that they function differently.
As William Shatner's character said to a male partner in the television series Boston Law after finding a female partner in the men's room: "Call me if she tries to use the urinal."