'A fierce debate rolled on Good Morning Britain over Topshop's decision to abolish women-only changing rooms in favour of gender neutral spaces after pressure from transgender customers.
Talulah-Eve, the 23-year-old model who earned fame as a contestant on Britain's Next Top Model, went head-to-head with journalist India Willoughby to discuss the high street giant's decision - and things got heated.
While Talulah-Eve said she 'completely' understands why Topshop have decided to introduce gender neutral spaces because of her own experiences as a trans woman, India hailed the retailer 'gender terrorists'.
Viewers took to Twitter in their droves to side with India, saying she was 'speaking sense' and that the 'world had gone mad' in light of the new changing room policy.
Topshop quietly changed its policy on men and women-only changing rooms, after growing pressure from transgender customers.
The change was brought to light by London-based performance artist and writer Travis Alabanza who tweeted Topshop to complain after being denied access to a female changing room at its Manchester store.
A follower named Reg then posted an email from Topshop from July, saying the store would be reviewing its changing room policy, and another email posted by Ferntree indicated the change has indeed occurred. '
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