Gender Neutral Bathrooms in Conard

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What male or females do in the bathroom:

1. Lock stall door

2. Pull down pants

3. Pee/whatever else they may need to do

What gender nonconforming people do in the bathroom:

1. Lock stall door

2. Pull down pants

3. Pee/whatever else they may need to do

Creating an all inclusive bathroom is not a difficult task. It is simply a room with toilets that anyone who identifies as a PERSON is able to use.


This however has become more complicated for gender nonconforming students. Conard High School unlike many schools does actually have two gender neutral bathrooms, however they are in the front of the school. This means that if a non gender conforming person has to go to the bathroom or change for gym, they have to travel to the very front of the school. This does not sound difficult but if you think of how large Conard high school is (3 floors), this becomes an inconvenience and can lead to students being late for classes. Along with this problem, Conard High School has produced new bathroom rules in which students have to wear color lanyard to go to the bathroom. Despite this sounding childish, the lanyard colors represent a bathroom district and if one is found outside of their district with a different colored lander, the student can be punished. This is why Conard high school needs to adapt more gender nonconforming bathrooms, since due to these new restrictions something as simple as peeing can compromise a student's education.



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