2015 Is The Year Of Gender-Neutral Baby Names
Parenting website BabyCenter found gender-neutral baby names, such as "Phoenix" and "Quinn," are becoming more common in 2015.By Christine Slusser | June 25, 2015
We've heard names that are traditionally female, like "Emily" and "Jessica," and traditionally male, like "Samuel" and "Joseph," for years.
But the trend this year, according to BabyCenter, is going to make it a little harder to tell if a person is female or male just by their name. 2015, so far, is the year of the gender-neutral name.
"The most popular example right now, Amari. ... Not far behind, Reese, Rory, Taylor," NBC anchor Savannah Guthrie said.