Gender Neutral Restroom

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Gender neutral bathroom facilities can provide a safer and more welcoming space to someone who may be transgender or may not identify with the male or female gender binary, by which public restrooms are often divided.

This could make it easier for trans people at various stages of transition, or remove the pressure of a decision of whether to use men’s or women’s bathrooms, which can leave trans or non-binary people feeling stuck between two difficult choices.

Many transgender nonconforming people have limited access to bathrooms due to the harassment, violence, and threat of arrest they experience in both women’s and men’s bathrooms,

The passing of this policy means traditional bathroom signs that indicate “male” or “female” are being tossed away, making life much easier for trans people to use the bathroom.