I raise my hand, trying not to shake

I ask my question as I hear my voice quake

In the hallway, my head is down

And I check the signs with a frown

~x~

I take a left turn, to my regret

And once I'm in, I get

So much more uncomfortable in my skin

I hate the state that I'm in

~x~

I see a girl in line ahead of me

Yet my pronouns are him and he

Here I am, in the wrong bathroom

I feel like I'm walking to my doom

~x~

Here's an idea: we don't need signs.

We don't need separation, we don't need lines

We're all human, whether you're male, enby,

female, or anywhere in-between

Even if you have no gender at all

We don't need this wall

~x~

Remove this division

Fix our situation

We don't need division of gender

Take the system and shove it into a blender

~x~

No, wait, division by gender is fine

Even if women always get a longer line

It's division by sex that's the problem

What about people who use they/them?

Do you allow them anywhere?

How is this considered fair?

~x~

I want to walk into the room and feel right

For me, pink is way too light

But I'm expected to follow a pink sign

I hate this whole design

~x~

I can't fix this on my own

I can't even be me in my home

So please, I need you by my side

Nothing will change if we just hide

We need to stand up and fight

For the simple right

To hang a new sign on the wall:

"This bathroom is for all."