VIDEO: Child being raised genderless to protect from ‘unconscious bias,’ parents say

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An English couple plans to raise their child genderless to protect them from “unconscious bias.”

Hobbit Humphrey, 38, and Jake England-Johns, 35, have a 17-month old baby named Anoush. They said they intend to raise Anoush as gender-neutral, and won’t tell family and friends what the baby’s sex is.

The article goes on to state the following:

“So much of gender bias is unconscious,” Humphrey told the BBC One in an interview that aired Monday. “When I got pregnant, we then were having a discussion about how we were going to mitigate the unconscious bias. And we figured that the only way we could do that was just not to tell people.”

However, the article states that despite trying to keep the baby’s gender a secret, one of the grandparents learned the truth when they changed the baby’s diaper.

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