A row has broken out over Geneva’s plans to replace pedestrian crossing signs with ones featuring women.
The silhouette of a man has been replaced with that of a woman on half the city’s 500 signs.
They are intended to boost diversity as well as gender equality with six versions, including a pregnant woman, an older woman, a woman with afro hair and two women holding hands.
But some are unhappy with move, which is costing £44,000.
“The signs are grotesque, useless and costly,” local politician Salika Wenger told Le Temps newspaper.