gender-blind

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gender-blind

adj
(Sociology) not discriminating on the basis of gender, or not making a distinction between the sexes
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"To create a gender just society and to ensure equal and dignified opportunities for all, we will need to overcome the gender blindness in our perspectives.
Madam Tarr says she expects that this all men conference will create the space where men will drop from gender blindness and become thoroughly committed to gender equality and follow the footsteps of President Weah, the Country's premium for the 'He For She' champion in the Country.
Tellingly, his account of empty sanctuaries toward the end of the book replays the gender blindness that afflicted observers of the time.
A strict anti-classificationist might insist, therefore, that consistency with anti-discrimination principles requires a rule of sex and gender blindness in sport, and that all sporting competitions should be integrated.
This lack of accurate statistics seems to reflect inherent gender blindness in research on these issues - the figure of the refugee is often seen as male, and the particular types of persecution, which force women to become migrants, are ignored.
In persuasively highlighting the need to attend to connections between gender and class, Earl may overstate the "gender blindness" (p.
Third, the gender blindness of the content of PRSPs is accompanied by a lack of gender sensitivity in the processes underlying PRSPs.
Secondly, Romanian ethos, just like non-western ethos has been unjustly accused of promoting gender blindness. We should mention here that the current research was scientifically based on the hypothesis formulated by Victorita Trif in 2010: "Gender blinding is unacceptable, just as copying western culture's pedagogy without having relevant national research thus it acts in a non-profit spirit" (2010: 103).
UNA PROPUESTA PARA PRESCINDIR DEL GENDER BLINDNESS Y LA INVISIBILIDAD DE LA MUJER EN LOS PROCESOS DE DESARROLLO--A.
El genero enfrenta igualmente en los procesos de desarrollo en Colombia el llamado Gender blindness o ceguera de genero (Hoff, 2012), que ha dejado invisible a la mujer a la luz de los analisis economicos del desarrollo, imprimiendo con este la preexistencia de relaciones desiguales entre los generos, que hacen que las mujeres habitualmente reciban impactos daninos desde las politicas implementadas.
While the debate continues, gender activist Emma Moore said the idea of gender blindness is a moot point, as companies and advertisers reinforce stereotypes to such a great extent that girls cannot escape the "avalanche of pink".
Ali also takes issue with some of these jurists and exposes what must today be judged as their double standards, inconsistencies, and gender blindness.