Two weeks before Glastonbury opens its gates, the Festival announced their first-ever women-only venue called The Sisterhood.
Described as an "intersectional, queer, trans and disability-inclusive space open to all people who identify as women", it is a historic moment for the fight against transphobia but what about equality?
The venue's organisers released a statement saying "The producers of The Sisterhood believe that women-only spaces are necessary in a world that is still run by and designed to benefit mainly men".
The idea of this venue - run by only women - has generated mixed reactions. People shared their - often radical - opinion on Twitter.
Some are really happy about the safety a place like this gives to women
But a lot of people are questioning the decision, saying it's sexist and hypocritical
The controversy is not surprising. The idea to have a safe place for everyone who identifies as female is great and really important in the fight against trans-, queer- and any other sexual and gender phobias.
But it doesn't really seem to be about that. Because if it is, what about trans men? And people who don't identify with just one gender?