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Yilan County in northern Taiwan plans to start promoting gender-neutral public restrooms at scenic attractions next summer, reports Liberty Times. The county government says the move is to boost the user-friendliness of public facilities, but there have been mixed responses towards its decision. Some say it shows a great improvement in gender equality, while others doubt its safety and hope the government will consider it further.
There are currently 18 scenic attractions under the jurisdiction of the Yilan County Government and they attract over 5 million tourists a year in total. [SOURCE]