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Gender Neutral Bathrooms: Should They be Standard?
No public restrooms of any sort should be separated by either sex or gender.
One single bathroom for all genders and non-genders is the most realistic yet effective option if society wishes to create more inclusive spaces.
What gender a person presents as does not necessarily correlate with their biological characteristics. For example,
men who menstruate
, and women who have a penis can use the same facilities.
Unisex bathrooms represent societal progress regarding equity and human rights.
Unisex bathrooms have proven to work in many areas, thus it seems only right to adopt them on a larger scale in public.
It is more efficient to have one large bathroom than two smaller ones.
Unisex bathrooms benefit many groups.
The American constitution points toward the necessity of unisex bathrooms.
Men and women, because of their different biological characteristics, each need a different type of bathroom. Gender-segregated bathrooms reflect and honour these differences.
Mandating the form of public bathrooms represents government overreach.
A significant part of society opposes unisex bathrooms.
Unisex bathrooms make many people extremely uncomfortable with using public restrooms.
Public restrooms have always been segregated by gender.
Unisex bathrooms may threaten peoples' safety and privacy.
Many of the problems currently caused by separated bathrooms could be mitigated through a better design of bathrooms.
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