Tennis fans have criticised the implementation of gender-neutral toilets at Wimbledon this year, with some calling the event ‘Woke Wimbledon’.
The gender-neutral facilities were built during the Covid pandemic as part of a Logistics Hub at the event.
There are also gender specific facilities available.
One fan tweeted: “Gender-neutral toilets to have a Wimbledon debut. Game, set and match to the woke.”
Another said: “When will councils and companies etc realise that the vast majority don’t want gender-neutral toilets?”
Wimbledon removed the Miss and Mrs titles on the honours board earlier this year, and that garnered criticism from some quarters.
In 2019, umpires also stopped using such gender terms in match announcements.
And last year his and hers coloured towels were also dropped.