I never had that problem at 5. Your daughter might not either if she grew up in a decade where people aren't told lies like there are 72 genders.
Are you serious?.
How many of these 72 genders can you actually name and definite without having to look them up or copy/paste?
Alaska Airlines has caved to the LBQTQ+±± attorneys and they're still not satisfiied and it's a good thing B6 isn't based in Washington state. According to these attorneys B6 allowing men to wear women's uniform and vice versa as long as they wear the complete uniform and don't combine them in any way would still be illegal discrimination there (assuming one of the 72 genders is where you identify as both male and female at the same time at any moment during your trip).
"“Alaska Airlines has been a longtime supporter of the LGBTQ+ community. We have been a leader in the industry when it comes to inclusivity in our uniform and grooming standards, which have been informed by our employees and developed in accordance with federal and state laws.
“We are committed to making Alaska a place where everyone feels respected and belongs and proudly celebrate the diversity of our employees this Pride month and all year long.
“Over the past year, we have introduced several new guidelines designed to give our flight attendants more inclusive uniform options. Since early 2020, all flight attendants have been able to order any pant or parka style and have been able to select the uniform kit of their choice, regardless of gender identity. Starting later this month, we are set to introduce the ability to order these items online, giving employees greater ease of choice in the uniform selection process. We will also implement new gender-neutral hair policies that will allow all flight attendants to wear their hair down when not handling food, regardless of gender. These are two of the latest policy changes we have made to make Alaska a more inclusive place to work.
“We are committed to continuing to explore uniform and grooming standards for our flight attendants. We know we cannot do this alone, and appreciate the feedback and partnership we have with our flight attendant community.”—Cailee Olson, Media Relations Manager, Alaska Airlines
Later Friday, the ACLU responded via email:
“As our letter makes clear, if Alaska Airlines continues to require that employees adhere to either a predetermined ‘male’ uniform kit and grooming standards or a ‘female’ uniform kit and grooming standards, it will be violating the Washington Law Against Discrimination and Title VII. We hope that after further consideration Alaska Airlines will work with us voluntarily to bring its uniform policy into full compliance with the law.”—Josh Block, ACLU senior staff attorney"https://www.forbes.com/sites/dawnstacey ... s-illegal/