Spot on. And I would add, all unnecessary, which is evidence that there indeed was/is a larger goal that the leftists had in mind when they decided to “solve” this “problem.”
In the early 1990’s, the difficulties handicapped individuals were having in getting into public access buildings, relieving themselves once in those buildings, and other similar issues took front and center. The solution was the Americans with Disabilities Act, which mandated things like ramps to enter buildings, one large-stall toilet suitable for a wheelchair for a certain number of regular stalls, etc. There were MANY accomodative requirements thus codified.
But, it did not require that buildings all run out and tear up their potties overnight. The matter was handled through building codes. So, whenever a public-use facility needed to make any modification requiring a building inspector, the building had to be brought up to ADA spec at the same time. So, over a period of years, all the modifications were made.
(The law also needed to be observed regardless, leading to absurdities like accessible ramps to restroom facilities located on walking trails that could never in a thousand years be reached by a person confined to a wheelchair; but I digress.)
At any rate, it’s quite obvious that the solution to “transgendered bathrooms” can and should be addressed in the same manner. Each public use building could designate an existing bathroom facility as unisex, or install one that is unisex. Easy peasy.
But, if you raise that alternative to a “transgender rights activist” they go batshit crazy. Meaning that at the very least, this debate isn’t just about where people pee; it’s about getting the majority to bend the knee to the virtue-signallers.