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For a new-bathroom feel without the hassle of a full remodel, Jasmine Morvay, an interior designer in Ottawa, Ontario, has a few ideas: Install a glass door or change the shower curtain, paint wall tiles, paint cabinets, replace mirrors, replace light fixtures, and add plants. One of her favorite ideas by far, though, is replacing the shower head. Switch out that one fixture, and taking a shower goes from a need to a want.
“A white toilet and a white sink are the most expected thing you can do in a bathroom,” says designer Scott Sanders. “A powder room should be chic and interesting. It’s great to treat your guests to something really unexpected.”
A United Airlines flight from Chicago to Hong Kong was diverted to Alaska after a passenger was accused of soiling two lavatories and trying to flush his shirt down a toilet, officials said Friday.
The Vashon Island School District has converted two of the school’s gender-segregated bathrooms into restrooms open to everyone.
The ACLU of Montana is challenging the constitutionality of a proposed ballot initiative that would require transgender residents to use public bathrooms that correspond with their sex at birth.
With I-1552 on the ballot, the national spotlight would’ve shone on Washington state. So it’s a relief knowing the Just Want Privacy group was unable to scare enough people, with its dark stories of what
A conservative group wants to let Montana voters decide whether transgender people must use public restrooms and locker rooms designated for their gender at birth – a move that could thrust the state into the national debate over transgender rights.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said Thursday that she intends to forge ahead with her approach to overhauling U.S. schools, declaring that the Obama administration’s efforts to improve them had failed “miserably” and taking a swipe at journalists and critics who have called her ill-prepared for her new job.
Proposals to end the death penalty, split the state are among those that fell by the wayside Friday because of a legislative deadline.
A group that wants to repeal a Washington state rule allowing transgender people to use the bathroom of the gender with which they identify is trying once again to overturn that policy at the ballot.
Some lawmakers were busy in the off month drafting proposals for the 2017 session.
Ten states sued the federal government Friday over rules requiring public schools to allow transgender students to use restrooms and locker rooms conforming to their gender identity.
Single-occupant restrooms at restaurants, bars and other public places in New York City will all be gender-neutral under a new law signed Tuesday by Mayor Bill de Blasio.
If Rachel’s story leads to sober reflection and thoughtful debate, all the better. That would a welcome step forward from the contretemps we’ve witnessed through the prism of the bathroom issue.
If we explained how we’re addressing our distinctly first world problem of using the courts to figure out who gets to use which bathroom, these villagers couldn’t begin to grasp what the fuss is about.
The city of Portland is poised to make its one-person bathrooms gender-neutral.
Admittedly, the feds and Washington state moved quickly on this issue - perhaps too quickly - and it has caught people off guard. However, the rules respecting gender identity are appropriate.
A state rule that people can use a public restroom based on their gender identity rather than their anatomy will be reviewed by a joint legislative panel.
In progressive Seattle, a presidential order that public schools give transgender students access to the bathrooms matching their gender identity won’t require a shift.
South Carolina would ban transgender people from using public bathrooms, showers or changing rooms of their choice under a bill introduced in the state Senate on Wednesday.