Share What started as a simple mirror selfie became a symbol of LGBTQ inclusion when college student Julissa Emile tweeted photos of herself posing with queer-identifying peers. She'd found herself in a gender-neutral bathroom at a poetry slam and decided to take advantage of the facility's inclusiveness. More and more people huddled in for the camera so that each photo included an additional person. They state that people should at minimum be allowed to use the bathroom designated for the gender they identify with, and ideally, workplaces should also offer gender-neutral bathrooms for privacy's sake. A gender neutral bathroom but every time I take a picture more queer people get in the photo pic. Many people feel pressure to avoid bathrooms due to these experiences — and sometimes, they're not even given the choice.
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Get the biggest daily news stories by email Subscribe Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email A video showing a school's staff breaking into a toilet cubicle in an attempt to remove a transgender girl has sparked outrage. In the clip Cece, a pupil at Osseo Senior High School in Minnesota, protests while members of staff use a wooden pole to open the cubicle door. It is pulled open to reveal a number of adults urging the pupil to get out of the women's bathroom. Sitting on the toilet with her trousers down, Cece reacts with fury. They just walked into the bathroom while I was using the bathroom for no reason. Cece sitting in the toilet cubicle Read More Dancer who wanted Kim Kardashian bum dies after injection of aeroplane lubricant The school declined to give an alternative version of events, claiming it was unable to due to data protection laws. The video was tweeted Wednesday by year-old Kenidra Woods.