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Women 'occupy' men's toilets in equality protest

2012-02-20 07:41:10 GMT2012-02-20 15:41:10(Beijing Time)  China Daily

Female students hold banners and protest in front of a public toilet calling for more cubicles for women during an "Occupy Men's Toilet" movement in Guangzhou city, South China's Guangdong province on Feb 19, 2012. During the demonstration, several female volunteers occupied some vacant cubicles in men's toilet to let women waiting outside have priority use of the facilities. [Photo/CFP]

A woman exits a man's toilet cubicle of a public toilet in Guangzhou city, South China's Guangdong province during an "Occupy Men's Toilet" movement on Feb 19, 2012. The move is to call on the government to provide more public toilet cubicles for women. [Photo/CFP]

A woman waits outside a toilet cubicle in the men's room of a public toilet in Guangzhou city, South China's Guangdong province during an "Occupy Men's Toilet" movement on Feb 19, 2012. The move is aimed at calling on the government to provide more public toilet cubicles for women.[Photo/nddaily.com]

A group of women waits outside a men's public toilet cubicle in Guangzhou city, South China's Guangdong province during an "Occupy Men's Toilet" movement on Feb 19, 2012. The move is to call on the government to provide more public toilet cubicles for women. [Photo/CFP]

Female students hold banners and protest in front of a public toilet calling for more cubicles for women during an "Occupy Men's Toilet" movement in Guangzhou city, South China's Guangdong province on Feb 19, 2012. During the demonstration, several female volunteers occupied some vacant cubicles in men's toilet to let women waiting outside have priority use of the facilities.

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