No. Let them use a stall in the men's room. If a woman went into a men's room would men feel violated? Go and ask them. I'm not here to say what men feel violated by but I would say that the bathroom bill is being challenged almost exclusively by women and young girls (HS), not men or young boys that I presently know of. Men don't complain about trans men and trans men have not come across any resistance. That's right Lesbians don't have a gaze which is why so many straight women occasionally enjoy going to a Lesbian or gay club its a way of being away from men and not being hit upon and its a way to enjoy being around men without being hit upon. I used to do so myself. Again go back and read my post its not just one case A woman shoots her abusive husband who tortured her in self-defense but the way the law is defined she had to plead guilty to manslaughter. Mitchell instead pled guilty to voluntary manslaughter, and like many women who kill an intimate partner, she received the maximum sentence—in her case, 15 years. Lorenz-Moser says that generally, men who kill their wives receive less jail time than women who kill their husbands—even when those husbands were abusive. One problem, she says, is that female abuse victims often don't have access to proper legal representation—they may be unemployed, as well as alienated from friends and loved ones who could help. "I also think plain old gender discrimination is a factor," says Lorenz-Moser. "There's a huge disparity between the sentences of men and women get for killing intimate partners, and I think part of this is as a society, it's more shocking when a woman kills than when a man kills." http://www.makers.com/blog/woman-killed-her-abusive-husband-save-herself-did-she-deserve-go-prison Correct me if I'm wrong but the stats you list there shows women getting those sentences due to 'victim provocation' which is 44% for women as opposed to men (10%) but Lorenz-Moser is saying that its tricky to prove self-defense even when there's abuse because there needs to be an 'imminent threat' and even a verbal threat or a man coming towards you can fall short of the definition. My point in showing these stats is to show that putting forward the idea of women walking around armed ready to defend their person doesn't always work in her favor, not to mention that she doesn't always have the agency. How did it come up? Bathroom issues and the notion of a woman's safety. No and you cannot force establishments to totally refurbish their entire dressing rooms to incorporate more stalls. A man can go use the men's room. Trans women are not women but until they transition they can also use the men's room.