Trans Celebrities Share Their Personal Stories of Using Public Bathrooms

In light of Gavin Grimm's fight against discriminatory "bathroom bills," trans celebrities share with Broadly what high school was like when there was no precedent for gender non-conforming people.

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Apr 14 2017, 6:00pm

"Youth, Interrupted" is a series on trans teens in the United States whose lives have been dramatically disrupted by anti-trans "bathroom bills" and other political battles. Watch and read more from the series here.

At the center of the case that brought trans rights to the US Supreme Court this year is Gavin Grimm—a 17-year-old high school senior fighting for his right to use the bathroom at school. As Gavin advocates for a kinder, more inclusive future for students of all genders, human rights activists are rallying behind him. Broadly spoke to trans advocates from all over the world about their experiences using bathrooms in high school, and why they stand with Gavin in the fight against discriminatory "bathroom bills."