Labour's gender-neutral madness: Urinals hidden with curtain to make 'toilet for everyone'

Gender neutral toilets sign at Labour conference

Gender neutral toilets are available at the Labour Party Conference

Dan Falvey

By Dan Falvey

Published: 10/10/2023

- 13:17

Updated: 10/10/2023

- 14:34

Labour delegates appeared confused by the transformation of the toilet block

The Labour Party has caused uproar after shutting down access to urinals in order to convert men's toilets into gender neutral alternatives.

A block of toilets in the main conference centre at the Labour Party's annual gathering in Liverpool have been branded as "toilets for everybody".

They have been dressed with a sign which reads: "These facilities are for everyone.

"We are committed to providing high quality, clean facilities where everyone can feel safe and respected."

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Urinals in the toilets wee covered up with a curtain, meaning only the cubicles could be used.

The transformation of the toilets left some attendees at the conference baffled - with some men even unsure if they were in the right place.

One person was heard saying: "Are we in the ladies? I think I'm in the wrong toilet."

Another shocked delegate questioned: "I think this is the gents... Is it? Why have they covered up the urinals?"


A Conservative source told GB News: "We know Starmer is unsure whether a woman can have a penis but now it's clear his entire party is confused.

"While Labour continues to to bow to the interests of the minority, the Conservatives are the party standing up for women's rights."

The Labour leader has been plagued for months over questions around whether a woman can have a penis.

Keir Starmer speaks to media in Bedfordshire

Sir Keir Starmer has been plagued for months over questions around whether a woman can have a penis.


In April he said that 99.9 per cent of women "of course haven't got a penis".

He added that there were a "very small number" of people who identify as a different gender to their birth sex.

Labour has said that it wants to be pro-trans rights while also protecting women's spaces.

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