Gender-Neutral Restroom Legislation and Orders Gain Momentum
Municipalities, government properties, and private organizations across the US are joining Baltimore, Philadelphia, Washington, and New York in banning gender-specific single-use bathrooms. It's fair. It's efficient. It expands access for all. It's the right thing to do.
A few highlights:
Atlanta, GA: "Atlanta mayor signs order to make 100 ‘all-gender’ city restrooms" (AJC, June 2021)
Jersey City, NJ: "Jersey City City Council Passes Gender Neutral Bathroom Ordinance" (tapinto.net, July 2021)
Grand Rapids, MI: "Spectrum Health to add gender-neutral bathrooms in Grand Rapids hospitals" (June 2021)
Statesboro, GA: "All campus’ single-stall bathrooms become gender neutral" (Georgia Southern University/The George-Anne, August 2021)