Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender activists entered public bathrooms Friday afternoon at Arden Fair Mall in Sacramento, CA.
They handed out fliers and engaged the public in conversation about the importance of employment nondiscrimination policies, like the ENDA.
Organizer Sara Beth Brooks told the Bilerico Project, "A bathroom should be a safe place for everyone. There are people who are afraid to use the restroom at their workplace, because they are harassed or ridiculed. We hear their stories, and today we are sharing those stories with the public."
In a text message moments after the action began, Brooks wrote, "Fliering the bathroom. Getting really positive response."
Brooks was joined by other activists, including Autumn Sandeen from Pam's House Blend. Sandeen was arrested on April 20th when she chained herself to the White House Fence with Lt. Dan Choi to protest "Don't Ask, Don't Tell."
Photos and update after the jump.