One fundamental flaw in the transgender bathroom use issue is the inclusion criteria. If one looks up prevalence data drive from research over many years and multiple countries, the inclusion criteria varies considerably. But clearly the best inclusion criteria is that the transgender individual has gone far enough to complete the appropriate surgical procedure.
This type of criteria will go a long way toward comforting those who were born with a gender they are comfortable with both in locker rooms and restrooms. This criteria can be summarized very clearly: if you still have your penis, you don’t belong in the women’s locker rooms or restrooms.
Paul Atmajian, Hanford