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No penises in the pool? Puh-lease!

13 January 2021

12:48 PM

13 January 2021

12:48 PM

For almost one hundred years, Sydney women have been able to bathe at Coogee’s ladies-only pool, free from the prying eyes of pervy men.

But much has changed since the McIver’s Ladies Baths — reserved for the exclusive use of women and small children -– opened in 1922.

Back in those days, England had a king, Australia had a Labor Prime Minister and women doing laps of the historic ocean pool had vaginas.

Fast forward to 2021.

England has had a queen for the longest time.

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