Nationwide, only 19 states have some kind of legislation that covers gender-neutral bathrooms, and Pennsylvania is not one of them. In 2016, though, Philadelphia passed a Gender Neutral Bathroom Law, which required retail establishments to turn their single-occupancy bathrooms into gender-neutral restrooms. However, the law doesn’t apply tobathrooms that aren’t single-occupancy.

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Gender-neutral restrooms are good for everyone, including transgender people, non-binary folks, and families. Here are some restaurants, bars, and cafes with gender-neutral bathrooms in Philadelphia.