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Gender equality has the small human characters on traffic signals in Australia. Signals at ten pedestrian crossings in the city of Melbourne now walking red and green people in dresses. The initiative part of a trial 12-month gender equality campaign by the city. The Minister for Women, Fiona Richardson, that the rationale behind the trial was to more images of women in public places. She said: "There are many small, but symbolically significant ways that women are from public space. This is a wonderful way to public space more inclusive for women." She the city's signals will equal numbers of male and female figures in the future.

The new signals have a mixed response from citizens. Many critics say the new scheme unnecessary and a waste of taxpayers' money. A leading critic is Melbourne's mayor Robert Doyle, who reporters: "I'm all for anything we can for gender equity, but really?" He : "Unfortunately, I think this sort of costly exercise is more likely to derision." Others said the new images were a sign of political correctness crazy. Social media users why the image of the woman has to a dress, when many women wear trousers. Others said the money could have been better for worthier projects that helped people in need.

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