What is Gender Inclusive Housing?

Response from John McLaughlin:

Gender Inclusive means that spaces or restrooms are available to anyone, and are not limited to a certain population. This is inclusive of any gender identity and/or gender expression. For housing restrooms, this means anyone, regardless of gender identity or expression, can use that restroom. For housing spaces (rooms and suites), this means that with consent of all occupants UMA will make assignments to rooms, suites inclusive of all genders and gender expressions. All of our suites have restrooms with locking doors.

When it comes to single gender restrooms, the University of Maine System does not discriminate based on sex or sexual orientation, which includes gender identity and expression. All students, employees, and campus visitors are welcome to use the restrooms that best fit their gender.

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