Current issues about transgenders’ use of public toilets point toward larger questions of bathroom ethics, says colulmnist Andrew Fiala; equality, access, justice and basic hygiene are important issues.
Current issues about transgenders’ use of public toilets point toward larger questions of bathroom ethics, says colulmnist Andrew Fiala; equality, access, justice and basic hygiene are important issues. Rick Nease Detroit Free Press file illustration
Current issues about transgenders’ use of public toilets point toward larger questions of bathroom ethics, says colulmnist Andrew Fiala; equality, access, justice and basic hygiene are important issues. Rick Nease Detroit Free Press file illustration

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About Andrew Fiala

Andrew Fiala

Andrew Fiala is a professor of philosophy and director of The Ethics Center at Fresno State.