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Would you give your kid a name that is the opposite of their gender?
Posted 2/25/16 , edited 2/25/16
Would you give your kid a name that is the opposite of their gender?
Well, this guy name is Alice Cooper. But his original name is Vincent Damon Furnier. But he later changed it to Alice Cooper.



Cameron Diaz.


If you hypothetically are going to give your kid a name that is the opposite of their gender. What would it be?
I am asking a serious question and would like at least some serious responses.
Posted 2/25/16 , edited 2/25/16
My name is Ashley so um yeah.

I would name my kid Rowan is she was a girl if I didn't already have a name for a girl and if I wanted kids.
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Posted 2/25/16
I don't know...Though I guess being a Jordan, my parents were prepared for either possibility...
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Posted 2/25/16 , edited 2/25/16
Well, I probably wouldn't name my son Sue, if that's what you're asking...
Posted 2/25/16
It depends
Certain Hispanic names can be used as both

Maria Jose for a girl and Jose Maria for boys

Maybe.
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28 / F / SC
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Posted 2/25/16
probably not
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Posted 2/25/16
No thats just cruel. There are names out there that aren't male or female if you really want that.
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Posted 2/25/16
Im gonna name my son Kamille. And he will be allowed to punch kids at school if they ask if Kamille is a girls name.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rFk26inaprE
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26 / F / New Jersey, USA
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Posted 2/25/16
Nah.
Posted 2/25/16 , edited 2/26/16

Rujikin wrote:

No thats just cruel. There are names out there that aren't male or female if you really want that.


Those don't count. Cannot be unisex. Cruel that just opinion and a matter of perspective. Sure some people and retards kid will make fun of your kid name. But fuck their opinions. I myself have at last name that people make fun of. Not once did I ever felt ashamed or bother by it. In any case, you shouldn't let crap like that dictated what name you give your kid.
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Posted 2/25/16
Nar i mean why would you?
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Preposterous.
Ergo, I won't.
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20 / M / USA
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Posted 2/25/16
If it is a girl Shinji, a boy Rin.
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Posted 2/25/16
A lot of names are non-gendered or only carry a gendered connotation in some places--the name Sasha for instance is a familiar name for Alexander in Russia but very feminine in America. I would not name a kid a strictly gendered name; I wouldn't, for instance name my daughter Hank or David, nor would I name my son Bridget or Theresa. A lot of names that are traditionally considered either/or, though, are neutral today, and I wouldn't discount using them... within reason.
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Why would you want your kid made fun of
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