State’s rules for transgender restroom access set off debate | The Seattle Times Washington State bathroom rule obliterates men’s and women’s rooms | News | LifeSite Washington State has come out with a law for transgender and transexual people to go into bathrooms of the opposite sex. You can not ask them to leave. A transgender person is someone who has had a biological gender change (usually by surgery). A transexual is simply someone who "identifies" with being of the opposite sex. This means any man who identifies with being female... (a cross dresser for example) can go into the ladies restroom at any public building. If your little girl or wife is in there, you can not ask them to leave. Yes, Washington State is known for being liberal. We are the first state that actually voted for homosexual marriages. But this idea of everyone being sexless, no men and no women is straight from the pits of hell.