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  • Gender neutral toilets to appear in public buildings
  • Gender neutral toilets to appear in public buildings
    Franziska Neumeister (2014) ©
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Gender neutral toilets to appear in public buildings

The popularity of people like Caitlyn Jenner and Laverne Cox is symbolic of the fact that gender fluidity is the civil rights issue of the modern day – and it's the next to lay claim to the public bathroom. Pressure is mounting for the likes of shopping centres and restaurants to adapt accordingly.

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