Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Gender-Neutral Restrooms at UCLA

From the Daily Bruin:

The initiative, which some students in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community started pushing for more than three years ago, is meant to make some students feel more comfortable using campus restrooms. The Undergraduate Students Association Council Student Wellness Commission donated $6,000 in early June to the UCLA LGBT Campus Resource Center to create signs for the restrooms, said Savannah Badalich, USAC Student Wellness commissioner. Each sign will cost between $250 and $300, and the design for the signs is not yet confirmed, said Raja Bhattar, the LGBT Campus Resource Center director. UCLA currently has more than 25 gender-inclusive bathrooms in multiple buildings in both North and South Campus...

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Can we say the effort to have gender-neutral restrooms has been flushed with success?

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