Definition of Unisex Legislation: Unisex law is a broad term used to describe laws that prohibit insurance companies from considering gender when writing policies.
- The Unisex law states that everyone, regardless of gender, should be treated equally when pricing and offering products.
- A common example of gender discrimination is car insurance, where young men in particular pay higher premiums than women because they are seen as a more dangerous driver.
- The state of Montana passed the country's first law in 1985, barring insurers from using gender to set rates and benefits.
Literal Meanings of Unisex Legislation
Meanings of Unisex:
A style in which men and women look alike and dress.
Suitable for both genders (especially dresses or hairstyles).
Sentences of Unisex
Massive return to Unisex
Meanings of Legislation:
The law is seen collectively.
Sentences of Legislation
Synonyms of Legislation
prescription, law enactment, codification, law formulation, ratification, law-making