the tweet has been retweeted over 3,800 times and received nearly 37,000 likes. Reading "In the restroom of my parent's synagogue," the photo shows a printout of the sign."We Are Respectful," the sign says along with nine triangular photos of a diverse group of people. "If you're in a public washroom and you think someone's gender does not match the sign on the door, follow these steps," it continues.Step one is "Don't worry about it.
They know where they belong." There are no other steps.In the restroom of my parent's synagogue pic.twitter.com/EQ5lKiZolfThough @ETori didn't reveal the name of the synagogue in question, they did say that it was in the midwestern United States in a follow-up tweet.The sign was originally created by the Gender and Sexual Diversity Committee at Humber College in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
The college posted the sign in bathrooms across campus. The committee explained its reasoning on a website about the sign, saying that every person has the right to use public restrooms without worry."People who are trans or gender non-conforming may experience glares, threats, harassment or even violence when simply trying to go pee.