Schools in United Kingdom are quickly moving to adopt ‘gender neutral’ uniforms. The dress codes in schools will no longer be defined by genders as around eighty state institutions in the UK make a move to change their uniform policies.
The new uniform policies are being adopted with an aim to help children who question their gender identity. The move will also decrease gender inequality and discrimination against Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender students (LGBT)
Brighton College, one of UK’s biggest names has been around for 170 years has also changed its uniform policies, saying:
The school will continue with the two uniform policy but students can now choose either one
Allens Croft School which is based in Birmingham was the first school that took on the move and declared itself ‘gender neutral’. Following them, many schools have already changed their uniform policies and will continue to do so in the future.