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As used in the Gender-Free Restrooms Act:
A. “gender identity” means a person's self-perception, or perception of that person by another, of the person's identity as a male or female based upon the person's appearance, behavior or physical characteristics that are in accord with or opposed to the person's physical anatomy, chromosomal sex or sex at birth;
B. “gender-neutral signage” means a sign that indicates a restroom without preference or distinction to a specific gender identity or sex;
C. “public accommodation” means any establishment that provides or offers its services, facilities, accommodations or goods to the public, but does not include a bona fide private club or other place or establishment that is by its nature and use distinctly private; and
D. “single-user toilet facility” means a single-occupancy restroom with an outer door that can be locked by the occupant.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - New Mexico Statutes Chapter 28. Human Rights § 28-24-2. Definitions - last updated May 06, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nm/chapter-28-human-rights/nm-st-sect-28-24-2.html
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