Oregon State Students Want to Make “Trans-phobic” Students “Uncomfortable”

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3133396528_6de3440a37_b_public-bathroomWhat does that even mean?!

In response to what they call “anti-transgender legislation,” students at Oregon State University are partnering with the school to provide transgender students with a companion to alleviate discomfort in “gender specific” situations.

According to The Daily Barometer, the “#I’llGoWithYou” Campaign was devised as a way to offer solidarity and assistance to transgender students, while also giving a subtle rebuke to their “trans-phobic” classmates, by providing special buttons in each of the University’s seven cultural centers that students can wear to identify themselves as willing escorts.

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