Share Culture baby gender Gender Gender neutral parenting Recording artist Pink wants parents to have more conversations about gender stereotypes with their children and she has seemingly started with her own kids. "We are a very label-less household," the singer, 38, said in an interview with British newspaper The People on Sunday. She allows wiggle room for her two children: Willow Sage, 6, and Jameson Moon, 1.  Pink with husband Carey Hart and child Willow Sage in 2016. Getty Images Keep up with this story and more by subscribing now Gender neutral parenting doesn't mean denying a child the sex they were assigned at birth or pressuring them into a specific gender identity. Though some take the parenting style to the extreme (by demanding everyone in a child's life use gender-neutral pronouns), Pink tries to not make assumptions about her children based on sex. As Pink described it, Willow told her once that she was going to grow up and marry a woman from Africa. Pink simply said, "Great, can you teach me how to make African food?" It's not so much that Pink isn't allowing Willow to be a girl; she's trying not to assume that Willow will grow up to be gay, straight, bisexual, transgender (when one's gender identity doesn't match the sex they were assigned at birth), or genderqueer (when one's gender identity is both,neither, or some combination of male and female). As Pink stated in her Video Music Awards speech over the summer, identifying as a girl or woman doesn't have to mean much of what our society believes it does. Ignoring "labels" or gender signifiers as a parent might mean not denying certain toys to a child because of their gender, or allowing a child of any gender to cry openly.  "I was in a school and the bathroom outside the kindergarten said: ‘Gender Neutral – anybody,’ and it was a drawing of many different shapes," Pink explained to The People. "I took a picture of it and I wrote: ‘Progress.’ I thought that was awesome. I love that kids are having this conversation.” It's not the first time Pink talked about gender identity. Pink gave an impassioned speech about beauty ideals while accepting the Video Vanguard Award at the 2017 VMAs,