[img]http://i.amz.mshcdn.com/ts0ODRIHFszUuCF8Z3HcU9UnKDE=/575x323/filters:quality(90)/https%3A%2F%2Fblueprint-api-production.s3.amazonaws.com%2Fuploads%2Fstory%2Fthumbnail%2F41328%2F041dd944-4324-4245-b53f-5d569f43d352.jpg[img]http://a.amz.mshcdn.com/assets/feed-tw-e71baf64f2ec58d01cd28f4e9ef6b2ce0370b42fbd965068e9e7b58be198fb13.jpg[img]http://a.amz.mshcdn.com/assets/feed-fb-8e3bd31e201ea65385a524ef67519d031e6851071807055648790d6a4ca77139.jpgThere's plenty of ugliness surrounding the fight for trans people to use the bathroom that matches their gender identity, so we're glad at least one place has its priorities right.
The Regent Theatre in Dunedin, New Zealand has installed a sign in front of its two unisex restrooms, indicating that it's for use by females, males, non-gender specific people, those with disabilities, and er, aliens.
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What it's trying to say is, it doesn't matter who you are, just so long you do one thing: Wash your freakin' hands when you're finished up. Read more...More about Restroom, Bathrooms, Bathroom, New Zealand, and Australia[img]http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/Mashable/~4/bqXoIhW7VmU