New Montreal City Pool to Have Just One "Gender Neutral" Changing RoomPaul Joseph Watson
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A new public swimming pool in Montreal, Canada will have just one "gender neutral" changing room, eliminating male and female designated facilities.
The Rosemont Aquatic Complex, which is set to open next year, announced the new policy on its website.
According to Nathalie Goulet, head of social inclusion for the executive committee of the City of Montreal, making boys, girls, men, women, transgender and "non-binary" people all change in the same room is a benchmark of "social innovation."
The facility will include "3 open showers with soap," although "no nudity" will be allowed apart from in closed change rooms, showers or bathroom stalls.
The pool claims that the changes will help "maximize user safety," although some respondents said it will only create an incentive for sexual predators.