Your feelings only matter if you agree with the policy.
A male used the female dressing room at a Ross department store in Mesquite, TX, leaving one woman shocked, especially when the manager pushed aside her feelings and concerns.
Customer Lisa Stickles spoke with CBS DFW [emphasis mine]:
“I was in the dressing room, when we heard a man’s voice,” said Lisa Stickles, who says she quickly told a manager.
“She went inside the dressing room, came right back out and called me to the side and told me… he was representing himself as a woman today,” Stickles said.
A customer service representative with Ross would not comment on the alleged incident but said they do not discriminate against the transgender community; adding, customers may use changing rooms that apply to their gender identity.
“What about me? Or my feelings?” said Sickles. “(The manager) told me that if I felt uncomfortable in the dressing room with him there… I’d have to wait until he’s finished.”
Those in charge at Ross apparently care more about the male’s feelings than the female who wanted to use the proper dressing room. Even more disturbing is the appearance of the man:
Sickles said she waited, and was shocked when she watched the man walk out.
“He was in no way dressed as a woman,” Sickles said. “He had on jeans, a t-shirt, 5 o’clock shadow, very deep voice. He was a man.”
She said the fact that he walked out looking like a male, not dressed as a female, bothered her more than him using the dressing. It gave her the impression he chose to use the dressing room just because he could.
The companies want to show political correctness more than anything now that people like Stickles are shoved to the side. Their feelings do not matter. They scream EQUALITY from the mountains, but exclude Stickles and other shoppers who do not have anything against the transgender community, but fear people will exploit the rules.DONATE
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