Australian traffic-light gender bender lights cause confusion!

Funny story written by Jaggedone

Tuesday, 7 March 2017

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OAP's do not give a crap where they cross the road, they just do it together if they're still alive!

It is a well known fact the world has gone completely bonkers and now Australia have joined the fun! Their latest set of traffic light lights are causing much confusion in major cities because Australian women's Lib groups are demanding that the tiny figures directing pedestrians must be at least half female, half male!

Male pedestrians hoping to cross Australian roads safely are now waiting for the female figure to change to a male one and vice versa, meaning there are huge groups of males and females waiting until it is their turn to cross!

Council infra-structure designers, in their wisdom, decided to put a female figure on one side of the road and a male on the other to even things up? However this has been misinterpreted by dazed, coffee to go, commuting pedestrians rushing to their offices because they believe only women can cross on one side and men on the other!

Australia's transgender population and transvestites in general believe this is a massive step forward because now they can cross the road wherever they want and do not feel discriminated against! Whereby those who remain in their normal gender suits are now regarded as a disadvantaged group because they just cannot cross over where they want to (only in the dark when the wife isn't peeping)?

Maybe the Australian government should ask the chicken what is the best solution for crossing the road?

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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