When Did The Idea Of Gender Neutral Bathrooms Come U?


The idea of gender-specific bathrooms is a relatively new construct in our history. The first separate toilets for men and women probably occurred in 1739 at a Paris ball. Before that time, public restrooms throughout Europe were few, but those that existed were gender neutral. By 1887, the concept had hopped the pond.

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He said that the majority of Millennial and Generation Z employees believe that gender-neutral bathrooms should be the norm, so if a company values its younger employees' opinions, it will install the bathrooms.

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