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Airlines Make Strides in Gender Inclusivity

By InHerSight

In an effort to boost inclusivity among thousands of diverse travelers, several major US airlines have announced their decision to tweak passengers’ gender options during the ticketing process to include a non-binary option. In addition to "male" and "female," the airline sites will soon include other options like "undisclosed" or "unspecified." For titles, customers will be able to choose between "Mr.," "Mrs./Ms.," and "Mx." Some of the major airlines partaking in this update include American, Delta, United, Southwest, Alaska, and JetBlue. They have stated that the change will be in effect in the coming weeks. Human Rights Campaign employee Beck Bailey said, "It's a significant step forward for non-binary individuals, so they are not faced with a mismatch between their ticketing information and their legal identification."

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