Gender-neutral names have always been a thing, however, in recent years, they are becoming increasingly popular. And according to a new report by Nameberry and the "New York Times", between 1985 and 2015, the use of unisex names increased 88%.
Of course, some gender-neutral names are more popular than others, and Nameberry has produced a list of the Top 20 most popular ones.
Nameberry also notes that several of the names on the list are still more popular for one gender over the other, like the name Logan coming in at number one, being more popular among boys than girls.
Number two on the list is Avery, which the company says is more popular for girls.
Top Ten Gender Neutral Baby Names
To check out the full list HERE.