public restrooms

Women have come to expect gazing over at the much shorter line for the mens' room. But why is that the norm, and does it have to be? One writer is calling out the inherent sexism of our public toilets.
"There was no time to assess if anyone might see me from the windows of a nearby building. I dove behind a bush and did my business."
Offering the city’s homeless some much needed relief.
While cis people just naturally look at one of two of their options and walk into a bathroom without a second thought, for trans people, choosing a restroom is like deciding if you want to risk the chance of being harassed or physically assaulted.
For a very long time we've wanted to act like we're protecting women by gendering spaces, but all we're really doing is enabling the misogyny to continue everywhere outside of those spaces.
New York City can be overwhelming on so many levels and when you're visiting from out of town you only have about a million questions that need to be answered.