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Public toilets are a potentially dysphoric issue with nonbinary people, as restrooms for able-bodied people are often assigned to male and female, with little to no provision for people who don't fit the gender binary.
Resources[edit | edit source]
How to find non-binary public toilets, and how to handle situations where genderfree toilets aren't available.
- Refuge Restrooms is a replacement for Safe2pee. It also has an iOS app available.
- Safe2pee is a crowdsourced world map of public toilets that are genderfree and/or accessible. There is an iPhone app that uses the information so that you can find places when you're out and about, called Transquat.
Commentary on public toilets and gender[edit | edit source]
- Go Where? is an article on the gendering of public toilets, looking into the visual symbols and what they say about language and public perception of gender.
- "Renaming the bathrooms: A cruel trick for queer ends," by androgyne Raphael Carter regarding a practical joke.