(Telegraph) – Angry parents have complained after a primary school introduced unisex toilets in a bid to 'prevent transphobia'.
Pupils were shocked to discover they had to share the 'gender neutral' toilets at the start of the school year, sparking concerns from parents.
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Many say their children do not want to use facilities split with the opposite sex and it makes them feel 'uncomfortable'.
Harbour Primary School in Newhaven, East Sussex, has defended the move, which it says is about 'preventing transphobia'.