At Juno, we are firmly committed to promoting inclusivity and diversity. We appreciate all discussions concerning the concepts of sex and gender, and are thankful for your patience as we work to carefully balance approachability and medical accuracy. 

For now, with accessibility as our primary goal, we use the word “gender” to broadly refer to a baby’s assigned sex (“male” or “female”) at birth. We recognize that sex and gender are nuanced concepts involving physical anatomy, hormones, chromosomes, and so much more. Most importantly, we are here listening to and learning from your feedback.

Please check out our blog and our video, where we explore sex and gender in more detail.

    September 30, 2022 — Stephanie McClintock