Australian school makes its uniform policy genderless

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Uniforms might be annoying for some kids out there, but at least at one Australian school it doesn’t have to be a gendered issue.

Sydney’s Newtown High School of the Performing Arts have changed their uniform policy for boys and girls, making it a singular uniform, according to the Sydney Morning Herald. That means boys can wear skirts and girls can wear pants.

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The school has also extended the policy to students being able to refer themselves as male or female, and that those who identify as a girl will be able to use the female toilets, according to ABC News. Read more…

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