Bathrooms / Anti-discrimination policies

The Flowjo commits to non-discriminatory practices and welcomes humans regardless of sexual orientation, gender expression, biological sex, race, religion, nationality, age, etc.  

In regards to bathrooms, I have trust in everyone to use the room that feels right & best for their bodies.  I hope everyone may feel physically & emotionally safe, comfortable and welcome.  We have two bathrooms.  Since they are different inside, they aren't as conducive for being "gender neutral" (the town required them to be build gender specific) so I've described the bathrooms here.  

One is labeled with a drummer, the other with a hoop dancer.  

The somewhat masculine drummer bathroom on the left has two rooms.  In the entry room, there is a urinal & sink.  This room is a beautiful deep red, has a privacy wall and also has a locking door (if necessary). The second room (deep teal) has a handicap accessible toilet and a locking door.

The feminine hoopdancer bathroom on the right also has two (blue) rooms.  The entry room has a private, locking stall and sink.  There is a second room with a handicap accessible toilet and a locking door.  The outer/main door also locks.  However, this is somewhat inconvenient to others who may just want to go in to use the sink, make a clothing adjustment, or take a privacy break, etc.  If you have particular needs that require you to lock this door for a moment to feel another barrier of safety, that is OK.  But please be conscious that this may make an unnecessary line on the dance-floor.