Imagine you’re at a concert. You’re waiting in line for the restroom, and you’re anxious to get back to your seat. Then you notice the restroom for the opposite gender doesn’t have a line.
How likely are you to use the opposite gender’s restroom?
Males and females approach this scenario differently. Individuals that identify as transgender or non-binary also approach this situation differently.
Learn how restroom signage affects our decisions and perceptions about restroom usage.
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