The feminists have a conundrum on their hands….
Thus is a direct assault on British society from cultural jihad warriors.
Fury as women are BANNED from ‘men-only’ sessions at Luton’s taxpayer-funded Olympic swimming pool ‘for cultural reasons’ and segregated in smaller community baths
- Men and women-only sessions will be held at the Inspire Sports Village
- The move will give men exclusive access to larger 160ft, eight-lane pool
- Meanwhile women will be relegated to the smaller 65ft community pool
- Swimmer claims she was told the decision was down to ‘cultural reasons’
One outraged female swimmer, who did not wish to be named, claims she was told by a team leader at the pool that the decision was down to ‘cultural reasons’
A taxpayer-funded community swimming pool has sparked outrage by hosting men and women-only sessions for alleged ‘cultural reasons’.
The gender-segregated time slots came into place on July 29 and give men exclusive access to the larger 160ft, eight-lane competition pool at the Inspire Sports Village.
During these periods, women will be relegated to the smaller 65ft community pool at the sports facility in Stopsley, Luton.
One outraged female swimmer, who did not wish to be named, said: ‘The Friday night session for everyone is now closed because of the listed men-only sessions.’
‘I have asked a team leader about it – as there are no managers at the weekend – and he said it was a “cultural thing”.
‘Why has one section of the community in Luton been allowed to dominate and take over the best pool in the borough?
‘I like swimming in the competition pool after a hard week at work on Fridays and now I can’t without any discussion and very little advanced notice.’
The gender-segregated sessions are being advertised as ‘Alhamdulliah swimming’ on Facebook, a Muslim phrase which thanks God for his blessings.
Posters promoting the event, which were implemented last Friday, strictly ask that ‘navel to knee must be covered’.
The 2011 census showed a quarter of Luton’s 196,173 population (a 2010 mid-year estimate) is Muslim, up 25 per cent on 2001.