A Nevada school district is rethinking bathroom designs to help eliminate questions regarding which restroom children should use based on gender identity. The Washoe County Public School District says student safety is an added benefit of the new design.
In the re-design, each stall is its own room for all to share, with a wall that reaches from floor to ceiling to provide complete privacy. The privacy stall will also prevent someone from putting a cellphone camera in the stall, which the district noted was a problem in the past. Both genders also share a handwashing station outside of the stalls.