Genderless options are increasingly finding their way into schools in Japan, easing pressure on students to conform to norms and stereotypes.
A growing number of schools allow students to choose skirts or pants for their uniforms, while satchels for elementary school children free from gender-based colors are increasingly common. Some schools are reviewing regulations that include clauses based on the distinction of sexes.
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