Chicago Public Schools Eliminating Sex-Specific Restrooms to 'Increase Gender Equity'

The Chicago Public Schools (CPS) system will no longer have separate restrooms for girls and boys. It's over. The CPS is now requiring all schools in the district to adopt new signage in an effort to make restrooms "more inclusive," according to a report by Fox News.

"We’re requiring all schools to adopt new signage to make our restrooms more inclusive," CPS said in its announcement. "This is a big step forward for gender equity for our students and staff."

The move also impacts school staff members.

"All CPS students and staff will have fair and equitable access to bathroom facilities that align with their gender identity," CPS Title IX Officer Camie Pratt said.

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