Abercrombie & Fitch has launched a gender-neutral children’s clothing line symbolically named ‘Everybody’ – for every kind of child.The collection, which includes hoodies, caps and sandals ranging from £19 to £56, is aimed at all children aged five to 16. But the company was criticized whereas there is no need to talk about gender neutrality when there are no dresses or skirts. Stereotypically male clothes worn by girls are only a part of gender neutrality and there is no breakthrough in it. The clothes’ fit and shape also don’t adhere to anyone’s body. They come in colours including pink, navy, turquoise, grey and black, and patterns like tie-dye and camo. People criticised the lack of dresses and skirts, with one saying that “the Abercrombie “gender neutral” line is cool but it’s like I said the other day: it’s not gender neutral unless you also include and normalize dresses and skirts lol”.