Do you feel like someone is using the "wrong" bathroom? Please don't: -Stare at them -Challenge them -Insult them -Do not purposefully make them uncomfortable. Instead, please: -Respect their privacy -Respect their identity -Carry on with your day -Protect them from harm They are using the facilities they feel safe in. Please do not take this right away from them. Trans* & gender questioning students... You have every right to be here: -In this facility -In this university -In this world
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Out of all the places I’ve ever lived, my all time favorite bedroom was the den I lived in during grad school in Washington, DC. My 3 roommates and I lived in a darling 4-story row house in Georgetown and it was every ounce the charmer. My room was previously used as an office as it connected to the main living room. Two accordion doors separated the two rooms, meaning that there wasn’t much I couldn’t hear if you wanted some privacy in the living room.
Sealed adoption records, secrets, and lies keep me from knowing my siblings and them from knowing I exist. My biological parents have a right to their privacy, meaning if they don't want a relationship with me fine, but NOT the right to lie to their children about my existence and request to know them! @ Judith Land
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#Facebook: Consumer Reports more than 13million FB users in U.S. make no effort to shield their privacy, meaning they are likely to be unintentionally sharing their data with strangers. Of that, more than a 25% had their options set up to display their data to anyone, not just their friends and family. FB has 188million users in U.S. 1 in 15 has never opened their privacy settings. UK users% have received invite from someone we do not know - and 51% of us will accept.