The Alliance also met with administrators to request the accommodation and also submitted a petition of 700 signatures from both students and staff.
The restroom can now be used by boys and girls alike at the same time.
“I feel empowered. I feel like I can do anything,” one student told Fox 11 Los Angeles. “I feel like my voice was heard.”
The outlet noted that some have expressed concern over the safety of students in an arrangement where both boys and girls use the restroom together, as well as incidents of sexual harassment and bullying. The Alliance asserted that its “text a tip” program should be sufficient, along with monitoring by school staff and members of the Alliance.
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