Shakina Nayfack plans to follow House Bill 2 by using men’s restrooms in North Carolina because her birth certificate still lists her sex as male.
Shakina Nayfack plans to follow House Bill 2 by using men’s restrooms in North Carolina because her birth certificate still lists her sex as male. Courtesy of Shakina Nayfack
Shakina Nayfack plans to follow House Bill 2 by using men’s restrooms in North Carolina because her birth certificate still lists her sex as male. Courtesy of Shakina Nayfack
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Transgender actress to use men’s bathroom to comply with HB2

May 11, 2016 02:46 PM

UPDATED May 12, 2016 11:38 AM

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