[Ed. – Not sure what Mx. Gendler is even saying in the third paragraph below, but it sounds totally gender-y.]
Yale University, which affixed “all gender” signs to 23 of its bathrooms last fall, decided to promote its bathroom policy ahead of the school’s graduation ceremony on May 23. A link to a campus map of all-gender bathrooms is featured prominently on Yale’s commencement website.
“Yale aims to be a leader on this front,” Tamar Gendler, dean of Yale’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences, told the Associated Press. “Part of what is important about the all-gender bathroom project and about putting it at the top of our commencement site, is this is about public signaling.” …
“The language of ‘all gender’ and the inclusion of the three icons on this picture and the fact that it is official Yale signage that went through every single part of the Yale process means that this is done with approval at the very highest levels,” Gendler said at the time. “This is a category of self-understanding that Yale is publicly acknowledging and putting on the walls with this kind of permanence.”