Lol wtf is the world coming to?
There's a limit to how liberal we become.
Think of the expense it will cost to implement it, considering so few a people will actually use such facillities. It's ridiculous and transgender people just have to accept it and live in a world that only separates gender into male and female.
How many people are even trans when they're in secondary school? I don't know any at all through mutal friends and i have friends in about 7 London schools.
Plus, within 1 week of this coming into place you'll have people having giving handjobs in the genderless bathrooms. I guarantee it
By the way, out of curiosity, where do you guys think the line should be drawn? Should they be in Uni bathrooms only? Aren't there cases of "gender fluid" kids too? Should mixed sex toilets also be in primary schools and reception? Along with secondary school?
Plus I swear giving them a seperate toilet is discrimination itself. Wouldn't the super liberal thing to do be let transexuals be in whatever toilet they identify instead of making a thrid toilet? That being said, i could potentially see someone pulling a Cartmen and the entire thing backfiring. If it came into place, what could actually stop a guy from walking into a girls bathroomand threatening to take legal action against a teacher who tried to prevent them despite me only being there for malicous reasons? Now i realise why so many people in this thread are bringing up southpark.
Idk my stance on this
Int think there should be expenditure to make a third non-binary changing room and allow trans pupils to use either bathroom depending on what they feel is the best for the school be it identity for the pupil or biological sex for ease while allowing all gender based necessities at that point, because a trans woman can use a male bathroom and only use stalls but I see how they could not like that but they capsule also change in the males into the female uniform and go to female PE classes again for child protection laws as they forbid opposite SEXES to change in one room not gender, again very difficult but I think that the uniform issue just needs to break down out of gender identity like one school here in England did was rename them to trousers and skirt uniforms, in my academy it would be business dress without added male and female before or after it, by coming this it means girls can freelay wear the "male" uniform as many do as they prefer it but it also allows the smaller minority of those with gender disparages and cross-dressing gender issues to do as they please too. Very complicated but most Trans friends of mine say they are willing to put up with biological bathrooms untill they fully present the correct sex or have transitioned, there's always stalls so no one will need to know. But I think you are thinking a bit to nicely as many people still don't like transgender-ness but I agree as adding a "trans" option defeats the point of trans really and is going over PC, remember a lot of trans people are mentally tough enough to stand not having the correct bathroom because they have faced so much already it doesn't really match up.
I've rambled the main point is, don't treat them special that's the opposite of what they want and most these things are based off of biological sex by law through child protection
Born a man = You're a man
Born a woman = You're a woman.