This is why I think it’s completely reasonable and achievable to enact gender-neutral bathroom ordinances in the entire country:

The act wouldn’t cost Philadelphia additional money because the city already requires single-use wheelchair-accessible bathrooms in all of its buildings, according to Rue Landau, executive director of Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations. 

If buildings are already required to provide wheelchair-accessible restrooms, why not require these to be gender-neutral? In fact, I think it would be a relief for more than just trans* people.

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