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Urine-Nation: References

Helping New Yorker's in navigating the city's public and private restrooms.

Sources

Abel, E. (1999). Bathroom doors and drinking fountains: Jim Crow’s racial symbolic. Critical Inquiry, 25(3), 435–481. https://doi.org/10.1086/448930

Cobb, J. (2016). Opening Doors. New Yorker, 92(16), 17–18.

Have bowel problems? New York now requires businesses to let you use the bathroom—Syracuse.com. (n.d.). Retrieved December 3, 2019, from https://www.syracuse.com/state/2017/12/have_bowel_problems_new_york_now_requires_businesses_to_let_you_use_the_bathroom.html

Jaffe, E. (n.d.). Why Don’t American Subway Stations Have Public Bathrooms? Retrieved December 3, 2019, from CityLab website: http://www.theatlanticcities.com/commute/2013/01/why-dont-american-subway-stations-have-public-bathrooms/4304/

Molotch, H., & Noren, L. (2010). Toilet: Public Restrooms and the Politics of Sharing. Retrieved from http://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/pratt/detail.action?docID=865705

NYC’s gender-neutral bathrooms urge people to “look past pink and blue.” (2016, June 29). Retrieved November 26, 2019, from PBS NewsHour website: https://www.pbs.org/newshour/nation/nycs-gender-neutral-bathrooms-urge-people-to-look-past-pink-and-blue

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Robbins, A. (2018). (Trans)gendering public toilets: Queering toilet humour in South Park’s “The Cissy.” Queer Studies in Media & Pop Culture, (3), 321. https://doi.org/10.1386/qsmpc.3.3.321_1

Rosenberg, J. M. (n.d.). Restrooms for customers only? In most cases, it’s legal to enact such a policy. Retrieved November 26, 2019, from USA TODAY website: http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/small-business/2018/05/14/restrooms-customers-only-most-cases-its-legal/607614002/

Stephen. (2013, September 16). Finding a Public Restroom in New York City. Retrieved November 26, 2019, from Free Tours by Foot website: https://freetoursbyfoot.com/finding-a-public-restroom-in-new-york-city/

Trans Rights and Bathroom Access Laws: A History Explained. (2018, October 16). Retrieved November 26, 2019, from Teaching Tolerance website: https://www.tolerance.org/magazine/transgender-bathroom-laws-history

We Searched For The Best Public Bathroom In NYC. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=41&v=KUfvljSNXOU&feature=emb_title

What Experts Say | National Center for Transgender Equality. (n.d.). Retrieved December 3, 2019, from https://transequality.org/what-experts-say