Minneapolis has reached a new level of virtue signaling, announcing all of their city buildings will include gender-neutral bathrooms “to further transgender equity”…

Minneapolis City owned building are soon going to have wonderful Yelp reviews, considering the fact that Yelp has been naming and shaming establishments without gender-neutral bathrooms. Buildings owned by the City of Minneapolis Government will now all contain gender-neutral bathrooms, the city recently announced. This shouldn’t be surprising given the fact that Minneapolis declared November “Transgender Awareness Month.” This, of course, all happened after the city created a transgender equity council.

Minneapolis needs to be careful here though. In Washington, a University created all-gender bathrooms and students said it wasn’t good enough. If Minneapolis isn’t more careful, they could end up with protesters staging a “sh*t in” for more gender neutral bathrooms like they did at UMASS. Regardless of gender, though, people will probably lobby for free tampons in the bathroom. At Syracuse University they put tampons in the men’s room too for just that reason.

The City of Minneapolis even bragged about the development on their Facebook page…


Minneapolis is adding the bathrooms to dozens of buildings…

Over the next few weeks, all-gender restrooms will be added in 44 City facilities, including department offices, fire stations, police precincts, Public Works facilities and City-owned parking ramps. This work involves re-signing and, in some cases, adding security locks to doors to 62 restrooms.

This isn’t a ‘transgender bathroom though; people can still use whatever bathroom goes along with their gender identity:

The all-gender restrooms are in addition to the traditional restrooms. Men’s and women’s restrooms will continue to exist in every City facility. Staff and the public will be able to use the restroom corresponding to their gender identities.

Watch MILO announce his preferred pronouns…


City of Minneapolis


  • rwg1949yt .

    The potential for abuse of these ‘special’ bathrooms is astronomical. Like minded perverts can seek out fellow travelers in a designated area. Bashers will know where to find targets. Drug dealers will have a ‘safe’ space for doing business. All of this while normal people will continue to use appropriate facilities and away from the dregs of society, so all in all, it is a good idea.

    • True.Epic.Crusader

      That’s actually a really good way to put it. Hadn’t thought of it that way.

  • PaulMurrayCbr

    Europe has had this for a while. Everybody has to poop, after all.

    And it will infuriate muslims, so there is that.