Law More C-16 INSANITY: 14 BC women facing human rights complaints for refusing to wax balls

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  1. BangersAndSmash

    BangersAndSmash Purple Belt

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    Evidence needs to be brought into a case before it can be dismissed. On the face of it, I agree with you. Many lawsuits are frivolous jokes, but in the US (and presumably Canada) if you have money, you can start any lawsuit you want and that's a shitty part of the system that well predates the time of C16.
     
  2. therealdope

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    I am no expert on ball sack waxing. But I am having trouble trying to imagine anything more excruciating.

    If I were one of these spa workers, I would just have this 'individual' sign a waiver, then start waxing away. I imagine that would solve the problem. I can't imagine that the person would actually go through with it. And if they did, I don't expect that they would feel the need to do it again.

    Here is some Cosmo literature from people who wax balls.

    https://www.cosmopolitan.com/sex-love/a9997432/bikini-waxers-talk-about-waxing-men/
     
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  4. BangersAndSmash

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    To be honest though, I'm sure 50 years ago, a judge would most likely think that an altar boy accusing a Catholic priest of touching him was a sick joke perpetrated by a disturbed young man, so being able to hear evidence before making a decision about the legitimacy of a case is probably a good thing on the whole.
     
  5. sangreporsangre

    sangreporsangre Gold Belt

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    You don't need money to start a human rights complaint though. Anyone can, that's the whole point of them and that's why they're actually a good thing in theory. You need money to defend yourself though. As far as evidence, I mean we're talking about a fuckin dude requesting a Brazilian. This would have been laughed out of the tribunal before "gender identity" became a protected characteristic.
     
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    Because people should seek to conform with the truth when they speak. One is an honest mistake. The other is deception.
     
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    He's talking about 10-12 Year girls and I can't say pedo. But you whacky lefties, everyone who voted for trump or a Republican is a nazis, so yeah you're the one who is being serious.
     
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    I simply salivate upon such secretion of divinity from your glorious dendrites.... It makes the eventual meeting between me and you to be so much more worthwhile Mr. Dope....
     
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  11. sangreporsangre

    sangreporsangre Gold Belt

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    So here's an update. This woman attended the latest hearing at the BCHRT about one of the cases, where JY the freak is trying to shake down this Sikh woman for not giving him a manzilian. It's a long Twitter thread and not yet completed but it's a wild ride. I haven't been this entertained by courtroom drama since the legendary Cruise/Nicholson confrontation in A Few Good Men.



    It's absolutely insane, but it gives us some insight in to why JY is the way he is. Apparently he has a batshit crazy mother who has been disrupting the proceedings. But what's even crazier is that taxpayers are footing the bill for this farce to even take place. Doesn't this drive home how INSANE "gender identity" legislation really is?

    Edit: the lady has continued to update this thread. The craziest part of this whole thing is that the unhinged degenerate JY got to cross examine this poor woman who he tried to intimidate into touching his junk in the first place! Talk about surreal, the questions he asked her were just bizarre. This piece of shit should be in some kind of mental institution. Instead he's free to harass and *legally* try and shake down women. What kind of fucked up country is this?

    Btw if any of you have Twitter and want to reply to that thread, PLEASE don't post JY's real name. Because then the pedo-defenders at Twitter may delete the whole thread and that woman's work will all be for nothing.
     
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  12. sangreporsangre

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    That's actually a vital act of citizen journalism tbh. Somewhere in the middle of that thread she makes a great point. Why isn't this being covered by the mainstream media? Where are CBC, the Star etc? This case could set some pretty serious precedents. It's not like the media doesn't cover human rights complaints. Here's another recent one from BC that CBC saw fit to report on, when a nurse got fired for not going to AA which he says amounts to discrimination on religious grounds (he's an atheist).

    https://www.google.ca/amp/s/www.cbc.ca/amp/1.5172488

    But why are these media outlets ignoring the JY "wax my balls" case? We all know that stories about trans issues usually bring the clicks, and we know goddamn well that this one would. So why would these struggling corporate media outlets not cover this? Because they can't spin it in a way to push their preferred narrative. It's clear as day. It really makes you reflect: imagine how easy it was before the internet/social media for the corporate media to push a narrative by simply refusing to cover a story?
     
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    Sad that this person isn't getting the help he needs.
     
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  17. Prokofievian

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    @TheWorm does this have anything at all to do with C-16?
     
  18. TheWorm

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    No. Bill C-16 amended the Canadian Human Rights Act, which doesn’t apply here.

    Each province has its own human rights legislation which would govern 95% of businesses. These spas would fall under the purview of BC’s legislation, the BC Human Rights Code.

    BC’s Code was amended to include gender identity and expression a full year before Bill C-16 was passed federally. So if C-16 never even existed everything going on in the stories in the OP would still be going on.
     
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  19. HockeyBjj

    HockeyBjj Putting on the foil

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    But because of C16, this type of thing could potentially happen nationwide rather than just BC?

    American here trying to better understand the law
     
  20. Prokofievian

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    Thought so.
     

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