In March, North Carolina was the first state to ban transgender people from using public restrooms of their choice.
A similar law in Mississippi, allows employers to cite religion when it comes to policies on bathroom access and dress codes. Both of the measures have sparked debate on the privacy and safety of both transgender and non-transgender patrons of public and work restrooms.
"We all want safety and privacy in public bathrooms," Caitlyn says. "But these anti-LGBT bills, like the ones in North Carolina and Mississippi, actually make us less safe, not more safe. They open the door to abuse, aggressive and confrontational behavior in bathrooms, and encourage strangers to demand that women and girls prove that they are actually female in order to use the restroom. No one wants that."
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