Zettabyte saidI dunno. I'm not too upset about this. Bathrooms serve to separate the sexes, not the genders.
This is true. The question is, whatever for?
We accept sex-segregated restrooms as normal, but rarely ask ourselves what the basis is for doing so. Many cite the safety of women as the reason. But if you look at places that have move to unisex restrooms, there is absolutely no increase in sexual violence over that which occurs in segregated restrooms. Indeed, it's been postulated that the higher risk of another (more chivalric) male coming into the restroom is a deterrent to sexual assault.
My college dorms all had unisex restrooms and there was never a problem. Indeed, it was much more interesting, I think, for the presence of females. The only restriction was that the guys were asked to pee in the stalls, not the urinals. For the most part, this worked out, until someone got so drunk he forgot. The women didn't really bat an eyelash anyway if they walked in and some frat guy was pissing at the urinal, barely able to stand. Far worse was when drunks (male or female) would puke
in the urinals. THAT was nasty.