Gender segregated bathrooms continue to be a barrier to trans* people who often face gender policing, accusations or outright violence when they try to use them. Though gender neutral bathrooms are vital, many building and schools are resistant to creating these accessible washrooms due to the cost. When there aren’t gender neutral bathrooms available and trans* people are forced into possibly unsafe situations, you can help stand with them. Free to Pee George Brown College has created posters to put up gender segregated bathrooms that explain how to treat someone who may look gender variant in the bathroom: like everyone else.
These posters assert that trans* people know who they are and instructs cisgender folks to assume that folks belong in the bathroom that they chose.
Check out the posters on the Free to Pee @ GBC website, print them off and post them everywhere!
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