A council in Brighton is planning to replace traditional male and female bathrooms with "gender neutral" toilets in an attempt to accommodate the transgender community.
There will be no "men" and "women" signs on the doors...they'll use this symbol to indicate they can be used by people of any sex. Personally, I'm sick of the dress triangle for women but at least we're making progress.
The best part is that both adults and children will be able to use the same bathrooms. If you're a mom, it's nice to be able to take your child into the bathroom instead of waiting outside and hoping they can take care of themselves when they're only two years old because they're a "boy".
How long do you think it will be before we have gender neutral bathrooms in the US?
These are Swedish ads for different children's toys.
You'd never see a girl playing with a gun, a boy feeding a baby doll or both of them playing with a Barbie Dreamhouse in the US.
We could learn a thing or two from the Swedes. Gender neutrality is so refreshing.
This week Harrods opened the doors to its first gender-neutral toy department, designed by London and Singapore-based interior architects Shed.
Harrods commissioned the multi-million pound Toy Kingdom to be grouped by theme rather than gender.
Finally an end to pink and blue - boy vs. girl. Bravo!