A BRITISH university has invested millions of pounds to provide more gender-neutral toilets on campus. The University of Bristol has invested ‘about £3.4m’ to refurbish the current toilets and to create non-gendered facilities across more than 30 buildings.
The new toilets will be available to people who identify as non-binary and/or do not identify as either male or female, as well as males and females.
News of the refurbishment, which will take four years to complete, was shared on Twitter by the university’s equality, liberation and access officer, Sally Patterson.
She wrote: “Exciting news, @BristolUni be investing about £3.4million to refurbish University toilets, including creating gender neutral bathrooms.
“This will mean that both students and staff will have access to toilets where they feel comfortable, anywhere on campus!”