Here’s a story from CBC: "A transgender woman in Charlottetown has filed a complaint with the P.E.I. Human Rights Commission alleging she was refused service at a local salon because of her transgender status. Kristen McKay says she went into Carrie's Esthetic Salon in downtown Charlottetown on Tuesday afternoon to get her nails and makeup done and for makeup lessons."
So, when the CBC says “woman,” and uses the words “she” and “her” — they’re talking about a guy who, as you’ll see, looks a bit like John Belushi in "Animal House."
When they say “Kristen,” they mean him. I’m just going to call him McKay.
Is this guy just doing a massive practical joke, seeing what he can get the CBC to do and say, just by using the magic word “transgender”?
Or does he really does think he’s a woman?
The salon owner, who works by herself, says she doesn’t feel safe around McKay; he’s “often standing or sitting on the street where MacFadyen parks her car” and “after their interaction [McKay] left the business yelling which confirmed Carrie's concern.”
The CBC is a disgrace for championing this guy. I don’t know if he’s making a practical joke, or just a homeless hobo trying to get into a private room with a woman, or if he really is mentally ill. But he’s not a hero. He’s sick.
The fact that the PEI human rights commission is now going to swoop in to crush this woman — that’s an even larger disgrace.
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