If you’re trans, androgynous, or genderqueer, it can get kinda hairy when it comes to finding friendly bathrooms. But now you can check before you go out (or on your iPhone if you’re cool like that) where to find a gender-neutral restroom. Single stall jobs and shared spaces included.

Right now, Berkeley doesn’t have too many offerings on the site, but we’re sure there’s more out there. San Francisco currently has 140 listed (it figures).

And you know, you–the general public you–can benefit too. Need a moment of privacy? We totally feel ya.

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They would tell you how beautiful and gorgeous you all are. No seriously. Just venture into the women’s restroom of Dwinelle Hall and you’ll see what we’re talking about.

We don’t know what it is about having to sit down to pee, but something about it makes women feel like they need to let it all out. Stories of rape, love, support and anger color the walls. Even toilet paper dispensers become someone’s personal tablet.

Are the messages scrawled in the restrooms meaningful? Or are they remnants of a high school pastime, the last mark of teenage years?

Some are serious, garnering responses from other visitors and creating a sort of restroom community.

It’s different from high school, though. There aren’t insults or insinuations that so-and-so is a whore. No, most of the scribblings reflect on love. And vibrators.

But which one is our favorite? That’s easy.

Freshman is sucks indeed.

Browse the thumbnails to see what the ladies are talking about.