Below, you will find the text of a fact sheet produced by DCTC summarizing the results of our survey on gender-segregated spaces in DC. Below that, you will also find some reflections on what this data means along with expanded statistics from the survey about employment, income, access to health care and so on. See our page on Reports and Research for more studies and data on the trans community in DC.
In October 2006, regulations to enforce anti-discrimination protections for gender identity or expression went into effect in the District of Columbia. These regulations include specific protections for people to access and use gender-segregated public facilities consistent with their gender identity. The regulations also included a mandate for the creation of more gender-neutral public restrooms in the District. While these regulations are an important step forward, they have not yet been fully implemented and have been threatened…
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