Transparent Crew Is Reportedly NOT Happy About The Trans-Friendly Bathrooms On Set — But Are Too Scared To Say Anything About It!
Transparent is one of the most progressive shows on television right now, specifically in terms of transgender acceptance.
But it seems not everyone who works on the Emmy-winning series is fully embracing a trans-friendly set.
Production sources told TMZ that to accommodate the trans actors and workers on the Amazon series, the production installed a unisex bathroom on set — which is allegedly making some of the crew uncomfortable!
According to the report, both bathrooms on set are now open to all with no restrictions — men, women, and transgenders can all enter as they please — and this isn't sitting well with everyone who works on the production.
The issue isn't necessarily trans-specific, as women are apparently being made uncomfortable by the idea of walking into the bathroom to find a man at a urinal!
Reportedly, several crew members are too scared to complain, out of fear they will be branded "transphobic" — which probably isn't the best label for someone who wants to stay employed on a show called Transparent.
What do YOU think? Should the crew members just suck it up in the name of acceptance, or should the dramedy series rethink their bathroom situation?
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