Designing Public Locker Rooms with an Eye on Privacy

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[Photo courtesy of HOK]
[Photo courtesy of HOK]

On March 23, 2016, North Carolina governor Pat McRory signed into law the Public Facilities Privacy & Security Act, making his state the first in the nation to mandate that designated restrooms and locker rooms in government buildings (including those on public school and university campuses) be used by individuals based on the gender indicated on their birth certificate. Over the previous year, five additional states β€” Nevada, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas and Wisconsin β€” had considered similar legislation to no effect (so far), and a so-called "bathroom bill" in Arizona circled the drain way back in 2013.

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