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Should\do locker rooms and other public nudity spaces have usage separated by objectively identified sex? (As opposed to subjectively identified gender)?

Should\do locker rooms and other public nudity spaces have usage separated by objectively identified sex? (As opposed to subjectively identified gender)?
  • Let the plumbing match the pipes.

    It is plain to see there is more than a role performance difference in the respective facilities. Urinal usage, for example, is not role based performance art. It is a structure unique to men's rooms to accommodate male physiology. Unisex bathrooms may be fine for adults, but do we want to force children into mixed sex nudity environments? Let's recognize, even using the gender as social construct idea, that some things are set up to accommodate differences in sex, not brain chemistry.

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