Here is a list of names that are considered unisex today. I am only including those that have a good amount of births for both genders. There are some names that have a couple hundred births for a boy and several thousand births for a girl (or vice versa). That's pretty much a landslide so I'm not including them. To be included, the names have to have at least a 90/10 split.
Name: Percentage of use per gender (Boy/Girl) in 2012. (Example: 77% of all babies named Alexis in 2012 are female.)
These names were for the year 2012. For an updated list, take a look at this article:
Can you think of any other names that might fall in this category?
I was surprised to see that there were more-females-than-males named Justice, Finley, Harley, and Taylor. In fact, only 15% of all Taylors are boys now. I thought it was a bit more even. I was also a bit surprised that Charlie was 59/41. I figured most would be named Charlotte (or the like) and be nicknamed Charlie; I didn't expect so many females with Charlie as a given name.
Did any of these ratios surprise you? Might you change your mind about using any of these names now that you see the ratio? Let me know in the comment section below!