GB News guest rants about gender neutral loos – realises the channel has them

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A guest on GB News has displayed the irony of her argument against gender neutral toilets after seemingly admitting to using some in the broadcaster’s studio.

Dr Pam Spurr is a psychologist, life coach and self-help expert who focuses on dating and relationships.

But, during a recent appearance on GB News in which she appeared to speak about her life and career, conversation changed to her opposition of gender-neutral bathrooms.

However, during the discussion, Dr Spurr then revealed that the broadcaster actually had gender-neutral toilets available in the building, something she didn’t seem to have a problem with.

As she was wrapping up her argument about ‘women’s spaces’, she then halted for a moment and then referred to restrooms available nearby.

‘I know here it’s mixed toilets, but that is exceptional,’ she said.

‘It’s a very safe place,’ she added.

Going on to say that she’d experiences cases of ‘going to a bathroom late at night, out at restaurants’ where trans women had come out of a stall, she said she was worried about continued instances of this occurring.

‘It’s made me react in a gut visceral way and wonder what is this person doing in my space?’ she recalled.

During the interview she also said she had interviewed ‘many’ trans people over the years and that while they were ‘all incredibly great and respectful people’, she was worried about ‘predatorial men’ who could be harder to identity.

Last year comments Kim Woodburn made on GB News about a campaign in which a group called the Women’s Rights Network asked high street stores to provide ‘female-only’ changing rooms, came under fire.

Discussing the topic, Kim rolled her eyes as she welcomed people to label her a ‘transphobe’ or a ‘bigot’ and suggested women who are in favour of single-sex fitting rooms are simply ‘sexually frustrated’.

‘If I don’t want to show a man, accidentally, my knockers, or my bottom half, dear, which could easily happen, then I’m being labelled? Because I don’t want to show my bare body to a strange man? What?’ she said.

‘A man’s a man, a woman’s a woman.

‘And women who say they don’t mind sharing a dressing room with a man, they must be sexually frustrated and need to see something naughty.’

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