Yes, they should be allowed.
No, they shouldn't be allowed.
Look at this situation: A man who clearly knows himself is a man; he is an inappropriate person, and "declares" himself a woman and goes into a female restroom. He could do anything inside, including inappropriate acts. They should be forbidden from entering any restroom that is not associated with their birth gender.
I think there shouldn't be laws forbidding people from entering gendered bathrooms that don't match their biology or appearance. For trans people, to act or live as the gender they don't identify as causes distress and mental anguish. Any attempts to properly identify the biology or identity of people will either be invasive or impractical. I think laws against harassment, sexual assault, and causing public panic will serve to protect individuals from creeps. Therefore, I see no reason to explicitly forbid people from entering either bathroom.
Transgenders should use the bathroom that goes with the gender they were born as. I don't want a man who thinks he is a women going in the same bathroom as my girlfriend. Everyone deserves rights but no one deserves extra just because they think there some special snowflake
There's never been a issue with it before, so there's no reason the right should be taken away.
Yes they should. As someone who is non-binary queer, if I do eventually decide to go through surgery I would like to use the bathroom of my choice. Gender is not black and white its an array of different colors. And to the ones that are complaining about transgenders raping your children, I'm going to say that 99.9% of the people using the bathrooms who are actually transgender won't rape your children, and nothing is stopping pedophiles going into the other bathroom anyways. Also hair doesn't have a gender, there are plenty of cisgender males out there with long hair and cisgender women out there with short hair.
If you are a biological male, go in the mens room. If you are a biological female, go in the ladies room. Trans people deserve rights. Just not extra ones.
No then any person claiming the opposing gender could go into the restroom. Maybe even rape or sexually harass that gender. Anyone can say "I'm Transgender" but have different intentions
Sorry, but i'm not letting a 40 year old MAN with a PENIS who just slapped on a wig to go into the same bathroom as my daughter. Nor would I let a 40 years old WOMAN with a VAGINA who is simply cut her hair to go into the same bathroom as my son. Penis= men's room. Vagina= women's room. Simple as that. No need to overcomplicate it.