James Parker on Oxford’s gender neutral decision

Thursday, December 15, 2016 10:54 am

Leon Piper | Mornings producer

In his final chat with Mike for the year, James Parker wrapped up his weekly discussions on same-sex marriage with a UK focus.


James has been talking about the potential outcomes of legalising same-sex marriage and highlighted a few examples from the UK including a new book distributed to schools entitled Can I Tell You About Gender Diversity, as well as Oxford University’s consideration of moving to the gender neutral pronoun ‘ze’ and how the London Underground was contemplating ditching ‘ladies and gentlemen’ in favour of a more neutral term.

Hear the full 2016 wrap up here:

Podcast: James Parker’s wrap up on his 2016 same-sex discussions (part 1)

Podcast: James Parker’s wrap up on his 2016 same-sex discussions (part 2)

James Parker joins Mike on Mornings every Thursday

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