This South Korean Campaign Pretty Much Guarantees Pregnant Women a Seat on Trains
A program called the Pink Light Campaign is being tested in the South Korean city of Busan, and while it’s gotten flack from some who feel it’s “an overly complicated solution to a simple problem,” it has applications that go even beyond pregnant women. Plus, it puts an end to the awkward internal “is she or isn’t she?” debate, and virtually guarantees that women who are expecting can ride public transit comfortably. Take note, MTA.
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