Primary school to install unisex toilets for ‘LGBT pupils’ as young as five who are ‘confused about their gender’

Mar 7, 2017 by

by Mark Duell, Mailonline:

Parents have hit out at plans to introduce unisex toilets at new primary schools in a major city to help pupils as young as five confused about their gender.

Council bosses in Glasgow are installing same-sex toilets and say they will cut bullying and help LGBT pupils who are unsure about which toilet to use.

There will be no separate facilities for boys and girls in three new schools in a move that has prompted several angry parents to complain in writing to the local authority.

Both genders will share lavatories in Gowanbank Primary School, which is currently around 50 per cent completed.

Planning applications have been submitted for Blairdardie and Carntyne primary schools with construction expected to begin in the summer.

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