Yes? There are already gender neutral bathrooms in restaurants , and some schools like for staff.
Some restaurants have the "family bathroom" as in gender neutral.
Debate: Should schools have gender-neutral bathrooms for transgender students? Watch
- 18-10-2017 21:56
- 18-10-2017 23:10
Urm no. Why must schools who have tight budgets, have to spend money on such facilities that will only benifit a handful of students. This country seems to go out of it's way to accomandate the very niche minorities and yet the majorities suffer. Also if you have gender neutural toilets it might need to a rise of creeps and possible sexual assults or stuff of that nature, where someone will probably just suggest women only toilets. Which just defeats equality.
If ain't broken, don't fix it.
- 18-10-2017 23:34
Personally I think this gender neutral and gender fluid and transgender and whatever is just ridiculous. You are born as a man or a woman and it as binary as binary coding can get - you are one or the other. Yes it's okay to perceive you thoughts and feelings as one typical of the opposite sex but it doesn't make you any more or less of a man or woman. Leading to gender neutral bathrooms abolishes the main purposes of gender specific bathrooms, I'm sure a high percentage of the female population would, as an example, want to use bathrooms which do not have men in there, for it promotes problems such as paedophillia and other sex related offences from men sharing the same bathroom. I also think it will result in many people questioning their gender, despite it being unquestionable in the first place as you are only male or female. You don't fix things that arent broken in the same way you don't solve a problem when it's not a problem in the first place. Male and female and a disabled toilets are good enough and have been for a very long time so why so desperate for a change?
- 19-10-2017 12:32
2 genders, so no.
At my school the two trans kids used the toilet for people who are handicapped at the start. Since it’s a genderneutral toilet it isn’t a problem. When they felt more comfortable with themselves and others they switched to their own toilets. Works perfectly!