6 Examples of Brands Changing to Avoid Sexist Bias

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There are loads of companies that have been called out for sexist bias based on their name, logo, motto, jingle, or another identifying mark. The global push for more gender-inclusive brands is causing many of them to make changes.

What does gender-inclusive mean?

“Gender-inclusive” is defined as:

“The notion that all services, opportunities, and establishments are open to all people and that male and female stereotypes do not define societal roles and expectations.”

Source: Maryville University

For the purpose of this article, “Gender-inclusive” is a concept that supports removing gender bias language or symbols from things like products, company names, ads,

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