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Gender-neutral school uniforms are proposed by a bill.

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In addition to having health advantages, gender-neutral school uniforms will foster a more inclusive and equal learning environment.

Senator Raffy Tulfo said that a gender-neutral uniform allows for easier movement without the worry of discrimination or harassment when he introduced Senate Bill No. 1986, also known as the Pants for Her Act.

Students will also be protected by donning long sleeves and slacks, especially during dengue outbreaks, and it will be simpler to commute when riding a motorcycle.

The bill suggests that in addition to the customary skirt, female students’ uniforms at all schools, colleges, and universities must also include pants.

For decades, the two genders have been distinguished from one another by the clothing they wear: skirts for women and trousers for males. In order for young women to feel comfortable and to foster a gender-neutral environment, it is crucial that they are offered another option to the traditional skirted uniform in today’s social climate, according to the bill’s explanatory note.

The bill made the point that, despite a school uniform policy appearing to be relatively harmless, it could exacerbate gender imbalance.

The measure stated, “Uniform regulations need to be created in such a way that does not perpetuate gender disadvantage and prejudice but encourages equity by giving gender-neutral options to pupils.

The policy will boost the probability that pupils will dress in whatever they feel most comfortable in by educating both students and their parents about the options available.

This, too, can help girls who are having body image issues and model psychological wellness, the law claims.

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