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gender neutral bathrooms

It's a symbol of inclusivity.
"Why do they have gender on them if they're single stall anyway?"
"Some people fit into girl and boy, and some people don't. And that's OK, because they're still people."
"Please use the restroom that feels most comfortable to you.”
Two women reported seeing someone reach a cellphone over while they were in the shower.
“It's work that can be done, that needs to be done and we are trying to keep pace with our communities.”
Recently someone in my inner circle began a relationship with a transgender woman. I learned to love someone new and accept her into my circle. Issues affecting transgender people have become my issues. I have read articles about people wanting to make policy about which bathroom is used by a transgender person. Then I realized, this isn't just a problem "they" face, it's a problem she faces.
A list of recommendations that includes implementing gender neutral signs at rec centre washrooms and change rooms has been
Gender symbols for men and women's facilities should be removed from Vancouver recreation centres, and replaced with neutral