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Saying no to the so-called bathroom ordinance was framed as preventing sexual danger to women and girls (even though danger to transgender individuals is often seen as a reason to support bathroom.). The debate over whether transgender individuals should be allowed to use the public restrooms (including locker rooms and changing rooms) that correspond to their currently expressed gender rather than their biological sex has been of recent interest nationally. The first state law addressing transgender access to restrooms was in north carolina in 2016. A bathroom bill is the common name for legislation or a statute that defines access to public toilets by gender (restrooms)or transgender individual. Bathroom bills affect access to sex-segregated public facilities for an individual based on a determination of their sex as defined in some specific waysuch as their sex as assigned at birth, their sex as listed on their birth certificate. Dubbed the bathroom ordinance by opponents, wide-ranging measure aimed to improve legal rights for 15 classes including race, color, disability and religion. the debate over transgender rights in america often gets reduced to bathroom talk.