The New York Times: Defining Nonbinary Work Wear

What should you wear to work if you’re nonbinary?

It may not be the most pressing question that gender-nonconforming people face on the job, but with approximately 1.2 million LGBTQ Americans identifying as nonbinary, employers and employees alike are exploring what professional attire can look like.

For Rainbow Health’s Human Resources Director Wendy Berry , there’s an obvious solution to some of the problems nonbinary people face when getting dressed for work.

“Dress codes can just go away,” Mx. Berry said. “Grown-ups know how to dress, and anytime when you tell someone what they can and can’t wear, you’re literally just wasting your breath.”

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