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Do you think there should be gender neutral public toilets in Australia?

By Veronica . Created on 11 Jun, 2019
Lifestyle 107 votes | 6 Comments
Yes one public bathroom for all.

Yes one public bathroom for all.

No Men’s and women’s should remain separate.

No Men’s and women’s should remain separate.

Gender neutral people should use gender neutral toilets for the comfort of all

Gender neutral people should use gender neutral toilets for the comfort of all

on Jul 5, 2019
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No Men’s and women’s should remain separate.
Jo said on Jun 13, 2019
I'm in 2 minds over this. It's in the hard basket for sure.
Yes one public bathroom for all.
Shylell Eadie said on Jun 13, 2019
Yes because that's normal and apart of the human race now days
No Men’s and women’s should remain separate.
braunhi said on Jun 12, 2019
No I do not believe in it at all. My concern here is the amount of damage that can be done in the form of pedophiles etc. I would not feel comfortable being with a male in the next cubicle to me and I would not want my granddaughter to be in a gender neutral toilet either. We do not have them now and sometimes children still do get attacked in them. Let them be as they are now.
Kim said on Jun 12, 2019
No way. We have gotten by quite nicely for a couple of hundred years without a gender neutral toilet I’m sure we can for the next Cpl of hundred
No Men’s and women’s should remain separate.
Bruce said on Jun 11, 2019
there is enough worry now with pedophiles and psychos in toilets i dont want to give them credibility for being in more situations then they are now where they can do they evil and I am sure women would feel uncomfortable having a man in the same toilet area let alone the cubicle next to them
Yes one public bathroom for all.
99JuliaBell said on Jun 11, 2019
There should be 3 bathroom areas, men, women, and gender neutral so everyone can have a safe space. Usually, women's bathrooms are changed into gender-neutral bathrooms so men can enter and women don't feel space. If there would a third bathroom non-binary, transgender or anyone would have a safe space