Are Melbourne’s female crossing lights harming gender equality?

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The Committee for Melbourne’s recent installation of female pedestrian crossing lights at a city intersection were a subtle step in the right direction for gender equality. But for some parts of the community, the project has renewed debate about what gender equality actually means in the twenty-first century. The Burning Question’s Nicolas Rivet digs deeper to find out exactly how these new crossing lights could be causing more harm than good.