Center Parcs (UK) bans transgender guests from using single-sex changing rooms unless they have fully transitioned
Transgender visitors to Center Parcs England cannot use the changing rooms of their choice unless they have gone through a "full transition".
The UK holiday company's policy came to light after a transgender woman emailed customer services ahead of her visit to ask if there were any rules she should be aware of.
Victoria Hodges was planning to visit Center Parcs in the Lake District, where she's been with her family every year for the last three years, but the forthcoming trip would be her first since transitioning.
At first, Center Parcs replied by saying that transgender guests could make use of "private changing rooms" on site.
When Hodges emailed back to ask if that meant she could not use the women's changing rooms, a representative for the holiday company said: "Transgender guests are welcome to use the changing rooms that match with their acquired gender if they have gone through the full transition