Mans en vroue sal hul aparte toilette onder regeringsplanne hou

Men and women will keep their separate toilets under Government plans to move away from ‘gender neutralfacilities

  • Decision to keep separate loos is part of review into publicly-accessible toilets
  • The proposals involve providing a standalone loo for all people seeking privacy
  • Poll found fewer than one in 20 women supported adopting gender-neutral loos
  • Men and women will keep their separate toilets under Government plans to move away from ‘gender neutralfacilities.

    Recent years have seen single sex cubicles ripped out and replaced with facilities where males and females mix together.

    But in a blow to transgender lobbyists, The Mail on Sunday has learnt that public toilets and office spaces would be required to keep separate loos as standard but can also provide another ‘safe spacefor those who want it.

    A Whitehall source told the MoS: ‘For dignity, sekuriteit, and safety – the proper provision of separate men’s and women’s toilets is important.

    ‘That’s why we are looking at options to ensure separate toilets remain the standard.

    The move is part of a review into publicly-accessible toilets.

    Recent years have seen single sex cubicles ripped out and replaced with facilities where males and females mix together (lêerfoto)

    Recent years have seen single sex cubicles ripped out and replaced with facilities where males and females mix together (lêerfoto)

    As well as disabled bathroom provision, the proposals involve providing a standalone loo for all people seeking privacy.

    The issue of gender neutral toilets has become a battleground between transgender rights campaigners and feminists, who argue they can ‘disadvantage’ vroue.

    A YouGov poll this summer found that fewer than one in 20 women supported the replacement of men’s and women’s lavatories with gender-neutral ones.

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