Hudson shares that shopping for clothes is one of the things she is more aware of now. With boys, she just bought a bunch of onesies, but for girls, she feels like it's much harder. Some outfits are just “so over-the-top" for girls.
Mom of two boys, 7-year-old Bingham, and 15-year-old Ryder, she will raise her daughter the same she raised her sons.
“I think you just raise your kids individually regardless — like a genderless [approach],” she explained.
It seems that Hudson is not the only one in Hollywood with this mindset.
Singer Pink shared that she wanted to raise her daughter Willow to be “gender neutral.” While she didn't literally say that she told Sunday People she runs a “very label-less household.” She tells in an interview with People, “I feel like ‘gender-neutral’ is in itself a label, and I’m label-less. I don’t like labels at all. […] I believe that a woman and a girl can do anything.”
Also, Canadian singer Céline Dion launched a “gender-neutral” clothing line with edgy brand Nununu. She says her inspiration comes from her twin boys who she took to Disney World. The boys were not interested in the superheroes; they wanted to meet Minnie Mouse and the Disney princesses.
“And then I said, ‘But what about Mickey?’” Dion said. “They replied, ‘Oh, we like Mickey, but can we be…’ And I end up saying to myself, ‘You know what, it’s OK.’ Do you know why it’s OK? Because they’re talking, they’re finding themselves.”
She emphasizes that it’s important for children to tell their parents “what they feel like,” in terms of their sexuality and gender identity.