Can we talk about gender neutral washrooms? Because we should.
Back in July, the University of Toronto decided to encourage gender tolerance in change rooms via an initiative called the Change Room project.
It was designed to raise awareness about the difficulties faced by LBGTQ athletes in locker rooms. Posters were hung around U of T facilities. One poster read, “ If you’re questioning the gender of someone in the washroom, don’t. They know better than you. They should be here.”
Well, that just seems like bad advice in a communal change room setting. Let me tell you why.
A mere two months later, the U of T is reassessing its gender neutral bathroom policy after two women became the victims of voyeurism after being filmed in the shower in a gender neutral washroom.
Honestly, I really don’t know what the answer is.
But I know what the answer isn’t.
The answer isn’t compromising the safety of all women for the comfort of the few people.
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