The JCCSF is proud to offer public all-gender restrooms located on the second floor. Gender-specific restrooms remain located on the first and third floors. We welcome everyone to use the restroom in which they feel most comfortable.
We continually look for opportunities to make people feel comfortable in this community gathering place, and affirm our values of being inclusive and welcoming advocates. Having all-gender restrooms available can make a meaningful impact to a lot of different people.
We Want to Hear Your Feedback
Your opinion matters. If you have questions or feedback about the restroom options, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or speak to our staff at the Front Desk.
We appreciate consultation and resources from Keshet – a national organization that works for full LGBTQ equality and inclusion in Jewish Life.
- Additional resources from Keshet
- Keshet all-gender bathroom sign
- TIME Magazine “Why All Bathrooms Should Be Gender-Neutral”
- New York Times “In All-Gender Restrooms, the Signs Reflect the Times”
- Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society: Creating Bathroom Access & a Gender Inclusive Society
- All-gender cabins at Camp Tawonga
- Transgender Students and School Bathrooms: FAQs
- NBC news and link to study showing no link between trans-inclusive policies and bathroom safety
- UK Study on Bathroom Signage
- City of San Francisco Information Sheet on Signage for All-Gender Toilet Facilities
LGBTQ+ is an initialism (an abbreviation) that means Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer or Questioning. “Plus” also represents gender and sexuality diversity not covered by the letters as our understanding of queerness as a society evolves and shifts.