A town in South Korea has allocated parking spots designated for women only. Part of the english translation of the original article from Korea Beat:

"The 'pink lines', painted pink, are 2.5 meters wide rather than the standard 2.3, offering aid to women drivers unskilled at parking. This city was chosen by a South Korean official as "the first woman-friendly city."

However, that statement raises the question whether the parking spots are made to suit the stereotypical "bad women drivers", labelling women as less skilled at driving and parking, or whether it is really for the goodwill of women.

Source: Parking Spots For Women [Contexts]