I may not be happy with the increasing tendency towards "religious" prohibitions in the public area..but i am not sure it must be fought on all fronts. The train can offer options that make the ride more comfortable for some men and woman without limiting the rest of us. Anyone can sit in the regular cars..no one is being shoved to the back when they alight this train, but people are offered the choice. By the way...How about cars for people unaccompanied by little children??
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from the article: Jerusalem light rail may have segregated men-only / women-only cars