Virgin Atlantic Scraps Gendered Uniforms

Virgin Atlantic updates uniform policy that gives out pronoun badges and eliminates gendered clothing requirements for staff
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At a glance

  • Virgin Atlantic employees are no longer required to wear gendered clothing under the company’s new uniform policy.
  • The UK-based airline will begin issuing optional pronoun badges for crew members and customers.
  • Pilots, flight attendants, and ground crew members can choose to wear the company’s uniforms with either pants or skirts “no matter their gender, gender identity, or gender expression.”

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