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Come fly the gender neutral skies

12 October 2021

3:05 PM

12 October 2021

3:05 PM

The gender-neutral brigade are getting a bit much. 

Last week I wrote an article for SpecOz about how women are being erased by the transgender movement.  Today’s piece is about how gender-neutrality has reached the skies.

British Airways is the latest airline to make air travel a gender-neutral space. Passengers will no longer be referred to as “ladies and gentlemen” during in-flight announcements. 

Apparently ditching the classic airline greeting in pursuit of inclusivity will make the “theys and thems” feel warm and fuzzy inside. 

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