THE GUERRILLA ANGEL REPORT — Historically, many cultures have given transgender members a third gender, such as “two spirits” used by Native Americans. I’m wondering if it is politically correct in this instance?
This is not a criticism of Thai airline PC Air — they reportedly got over 100 applications from trans individuals when recent job openings for flight attendants were announced prompting airline president Peter Chan to include them in applicant pool. Ultimately four trans individuals were hired along with 26 cis attendants. However Mr. Chan said the trans attendants would be given a third sex name tag.
I’d be curious to know what readers think of the decision to give the trans attendants a third sex name tag?
Further discussion on this topic: Transsexual Flight Attendants: Is “Third Sex” Label Appropriate? | Montreal Gazette.
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