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sandstorm December 9 2019, 02:04:23 UTC
#UnisexNamesUnite

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lreservoirldogs December 9 2019, 04:43:13 UTC
I love typically "boy" names for girls.

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lavander_girl15 December 9 2019, 13:51:47 UTC
Yes! I thought i was the only one that like unisex names

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msbombtastic December 9 2019, 16:14:06 UTC
I love them. I would love "Shane" if I had a girl tbh (hypothetically, idt I'm gonna have kids lol)

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azaelers December 9 2019, 02:05:19 UTC
Yessssss at the rise of gender-neutral names

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andisprohi December 9 2019, 02:08:36 UTC
meh, I dislike the idea we gotta avoid feminine names ~2 be strong~

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genbu_no_miko24 December 9 2019, 02:12:25 UTC
+1

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vibeology_e December 9 2019, 02:17:01 UTC
Agreed. There's always a tipping point with "unisex" names. Too many girls have them and parents stop giving them to boys. It's just sexism. Ashley went from a boys name, to unisex to just a girls name.

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hellforheaven December 9 2019, 02:07:54 UTC
Unisex names usually end up being more popular with just one gender depending on the times.

Emma is always a popular name.

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fauxkaren December 9 2019, 02:09:00 UTC
My niece was born in 2017 and was named Audrey (Lynn as a middle name). My nephew was born in 2019 and his name is David (middle name is Joseph). I think l they’re good names.

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ionadelfina December 9 2019, 02:16:16 UTC
I love the name Audrey.

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la_petite_singe December 9 2019, 02:31:23 UTC
I have a bb niece Audrey too!

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pinkjaffa December 9 2019, 03:02:32 UTC
That's my niece's name too. My sister wanted to go with Aubrey, but one of her in laws talked her out of it.

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rhapsodeeinblue December 9 2019, 02:09:13 UTC
Surprised there aren't any names rhyming with Jaden in the boy column. (I feel like I've encountered / know SO MANY -ayden kids.)

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delleve December 9 2019, 02:10:42 UTC
I feel like AYDEN/AIDEN thing was more of a thing in the late 2000's? My sister in law had kids then and they both have those kinda names.

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rhapsodeeinblue December 9 2019, 02:21:20 UTC
Hmm now that I think about it, in my experience it's both decades (kids older than 10 as well as under).

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savannah_rose24 December 9 2019, 02:27:16 UTC
Its still a popular name. I thought of Hayden for a quick second as a baby name, but then I ran into so many kids with -ayden in their names. Plus I have a nephew named Jayden.

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