New planning laws in the UK have boldly outlined how all public buildings will now be forced to have separate toilets for both males and females.
The new law was termed compulsory, causing a major blow to all gender-neutral activists who felt the need for facilities that revolved around the concept of gender neutrality. Now, that seems to be impossible with this new law taking center stage.
The news was recently announced by Secretary Robert Jenrick who holds the position of charge for communities and hence felt the time was right to implement such laws before it was too late for all public buildings.
Moreover, he boldly declared how the new changes would apply to all hospitals, offices, markets, shops, and buildings that have work going on.
In the same way, a close source to Jenrick revealed how the immediate changes would come into effect soon and were all related to protecting or safeguarding women’s rights.
Robert Jenrick also spoke about adding separate stalls in the new buildings while demanding that separate partitions be made in the current unisex facilities situated around the country.
Recently, The Telegraph mentioned in a report how the new move aimed to respond to all of the claims of women who mentioned how much difficulty they had to spot uni-sex facilities in their district. But with the new law in place, that is all set to change, he added.
Now, all buildings will have separate toilet facilities while all cubicles for women will be totally self-contained, with items such as basins as well as dryers for hands to ensure great privacy.
“We’ve listened to plenty of concerns about women and their rights to dignity and safety while using public restrooms.
Therefore, we will ensure to maintain as well as enhance their security by updating all of the regulations in place so that there is always a separate toilet for anyone and everyone present in the community,” Mr, Jenrick confirmed.