If you haven’t heard, South Korea is introducing women-only parking spaces that are longer and wider but say it is being done for safety, not due to reversing skills.
These 'she-spots' will be outlined pink and contain a skirted woman logo. The new spaces have sparked some debate as to whether they are sexist, while others are happy because the spaces will be located in ideal spots nearer to shopping centre elevators etc.
Seoul is spending around $100 million on female-friendly initiatives, which include more female-friendly parking spaces and the spongy walkways that are intended to make walking in heels easier. Other places such as Italy, Austria, China and the German town of Tribeg already have women-only parking spots.