Gender neutral toilets greet Margaret Court at Australian Open


The Australian Open has made available two new gender-neutral toilets for the first time at Rod Laver Arena, the same day as Margaret Court made her return to venue Melbourne Park. Well, this is awkward. The tennis champion turned pastor is in Melbourne to celebrate the 50th anniversary of her 1970 quadruple Grand Slam victory. But more recently, Court has become a household name for her extreme views surrounding gender and the wider LGBTIQ community. Yesterday, Court attended Rod Laver Arena so it would be interesting to know how she feels about the “All Gender Toilets”. “Please use the toilet that’s most comfortable for you. Anyone can use these toilets, regardless of gender identity or expression,” the nearby sign reads.

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