Gender-free bathrooms.

Someone wrote…

I Googled a restaurant a couple blocks away from me. Part of its description was that it has Gender-free bathrooms. It made my day to know that their bathrooms and I are on the same wavelength.

What’s your experience?

And what are you thinking about gender right now?

Posted by on October 7th, 2009 at 10:00 am

Category: your voice 6 comments »

6 Responses to “Gender-free bathrooms.”

  1. Adisson

    That’s so rad. None of the places around here have anything like that.


  2. Jack

    In the elections for our university’s lgbt representative I voted for a candidate almost solely because she was the only one to mention that she would try to get gender free toilets in more of the university buildings (I think there’s only one building with them at the moment).


  3. abbie

    Whoa, that’s amazing.


  4. steve c

    That’s awesome. I love gender-free bathrooms. It makes me so happy that the building I work in has them (I mean, if a sociology department can’t manage gender-free bathrooms, there are troubles). I used to work for a company that had recently relocated to a new building, which had two gender-free bathrooms, but my coworkers went out of their way to gender them – printing signs, placing highly gendered magazines. Blech! I resisted, and always used whichever was available.


  5. steve the plumber

    “Gender-free bathrooms.”

    Thanks for sharing


  6. JD

    Gender-free bathrooms make my life much less awkward. Brilliant.


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