First they were called “unisex.” Then “gender neutral.” Now “gender inclusive” or “all gender.” Whatever you call these restrooms, schools and universities across the nation are encountering this topic whenever they renovate or build new facilities. Unfortunately for colleges and universities, the waters surrounding legal requirements are still murky, so institutions are responsible for determining what is appropriate for their students and ...

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