A transgender woman has won a landmark discrimination case forcing a ferry company to remove the words 'ladies' and 'gentlemen' from its toilets. Condor Ferries has become the first firm to change the gender specific signs on the doors after Erin Bisson proved she was 'humiliated' at being told to use the disabled toilets. She argued the use of words rather than symbols on toilets amounted to indirect discrimination. Condor later admitted to the tribunal that there had been a 'non-intentional and non-malicious act of discrimination'. The company is now replacing the 'offending' words on its toilet doors and will use gender symbols instead.
May 26 / Above Top Secret