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A gender-neutral toilet (also known as a unisex toilet or a gender-free toilet) is a public toilet that is available for use by all persons, regardless of their gender identity. The presence of gender-neutral toilets can eliminate problems for many people. A gender neutral toilet may also function as a family restroom or as a restroom for disabled persons.
From Thursday, February 4, 2010 to Sunday, February 7, 2010, the University of Victoria Students' Society (UVSS) designated all toilets in their student union building gender neutral in order to accommodate the 5th annual Canadian Universities Queer Services Conference (CUQSC). While this decision was temporary, the student union building has two permanent gender neutral toilets, one on the main floor and one on the second floor.
In autumn of 2003, a vocational college in Chiang Mai, Thailand created a gender neutral restroom called the "Pink Lotus" bathroom to accommodate kathoey students. The Pink Lotus bathroom features four stalls. Prior to the decision to create a gender neutral restroom, the college's kathoey students were harassed by women when using the women's restrooms and by men when using the men's restrooms.
In May of 2008, Kampang High School in northern Thailand made the decision to build a gender neutral toilet to accommodate the school's kathoey students, who make up at least 10% of the student body.
In 2012, a spokesperson for Glasgow University released the statement "We are currently consulting with the Students’ Representative Council and expect to finalise plans to introduce around 10 gender neutral toilets at locations around campus in the course of the current semester." According to the official Facebook page for the Queen Margaret Union, the university made the decision to install gender neutral toilets on their third floor on January 30, 2012.
In 2011, two high school students named Stephanie Rauda and Emily Hernandez presented a proposal to Ericka Lovrin, the principal of George Washington High School, located in San Francisco, California, to install one gender neutral toilet in the school. As of February 2012, it is unknown whether or not the request was honored.
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