This week, I would like to discuss the hot debate of bathroom facilities, which has ignited a fire storm in North Carolina and by default the nation.
I think it is a fine time to dedicate facilities for what I will call general use or multi-use, whatever term you like best.
You see there are a great many people that could or would never enter a transgender marked bathroom. There are many people going through major strife related to gender fluidity that aren’t able to discuss it or show it and may not ever or may not for quite some time feel safe enough to do it.
How about we don’t set the school-age student up for endless torment by needing to make a judgement call on the spot that could create a firestorm or future judgement.
Do you think someone of the opposite gender isn’t going to try and go into a restroom with the crass comment that they were questioning at the moment, just to do it on a dare? If so, how could we say they are or are not questioning based on our assumption?
How about we don’t try to put labels on groups of people and just try to help people that may be in need some extra privacy for whatever reason is clearly none of our business.