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Transgender TV Show Crew Doesn’t Want To Use Unisex Bathrooms: Report

Kaitlan Collins White House Correspondent

Members of the production crew for the show “Transparent” — the Amazon television series where the father figure is transgender — are upset that they have to share a bathroom with their male and female coworkers.

Crew of 'Transparent' doesn't want to use unisex bathrooms

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According to a new report from TMZ, the unisex bathrooms on the show’s set are being heavily contested. (RELATED: Caitlyn Jenner: ‘Hillary Clinton Couldn’t Care Less About Women’)

“The beef is that men, women and transgenders can all enter as they please, making it uncomfortable for some of the crew,” TMZ reports. “Women are particularly worried about walking in and seeing a dude peeing at the urinal.”

Many are reportedly afraid to speak up because they fear they will be labeled “transphobic.”

Crew of 'Transparent' doesn't want to use unisex bathrooms

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In June, it was reported that Caitlyn Jenner may make a guest appearance on the award-winning show. (RELATED: These Celebrities Want To Punish Conservative States)