Montclair, New Jersey, has rolled out the new school year with gender-neutral restrooms in each of their schools.
Starting last year, only the high school had a gender-neutral restroom, but now every school in Montclair will have at least one restroom dedicated to students of all genders, regardless of how they identify.
Parents were just informed of the new gender-inclusive bathrooms in a general housekeeping email that was sent out at the end of August.
“Historically, restrooms have been a place for harassment, discrimination and threats of injury and assault towards transgender people. All-gender restrooms provide an opportunity for our community members to enter a room without being questioned or interrogated,” an email to Glenfield parents from Principal Anthony Grosso stated.
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