“Some Catholic colleges are going along with the gender-neutral trend. Gender-neutral restrooms can now be found at Creighton, Fairfield, Fordham, Georgetown, Marquette, Santa Clara, Boston College, the University of San Francisco, and the University of Scranton.
My son is a senior at the University of Scranton. He’s unaware of any campus-wide outrage about male- and female-specific bathrooms. There were no petition drives, campus rallies, or surveys to gauge the comfort level of students forced to share bathrooms with the opposite sex. I left a message with the President’s office but didn’t receive a call back. Same with Santa Clara University, Creighton University, and the University of San Francisco.
On the Creighton University website, I found a GSA (Gay Straight Alliance) proposal for fourteen more gender-neutral bathrooms on campus to add to the eight already in place.
At the University of San Francisco’s website, discussion of gender-neutral bathrooms seems to be old news. Instead, the focus has moved on to gender-neutral housing. This year the Jesuit school offered three floors of gender-neutral housing.”