Spotted in a public building in the Greater Toronto Area:
I know that until recently, there were just man and woman symbols (and possibly the same wheelchair and baby symbols as above in the one; I forget) on these single-occupant washrooms, both of which are wheelchair-accessible, designed primarily for disabled (or should I say differently-abled) individuals.
But some bureaucrat(s) decided they had to add a half-man, half-woman symbol to them…
But surely, this is still not inclusive enough; why, it only depicts people who present as female on the right side of their bodies, and as male on the left side; what about those who present as female on the left side of their bodies, and male on the right side of their bodies? Or female upstairs, male downstairs? Or vice versa?
Clearly, more symbols must be added! 😉