Kylie Jack is a Man who identifies as a Woman. He complained on his Facebook page that a Woman working at the store did not want to fit him for a bra because he is Male. Jack took great offense to this; predictably, Petticoat Fair has capitulated to Jack’s Internet outrage and indicates that it will, in fact, require its female employees to service males seeking a bra.
Trans activists regularly overlook the imposition on the rights of Women being asked to provide intimate “service” to Males (and vice versa); for example, in one instance, a transgender woman who works at the Transportation Security Administration is now permitted to pat down female passengers.
Women have a right not to be forced to touch Males in intimate settings. Requiring that Women engage with Males in intimate or sex-segregated settings raises significant public policy concerns for Women that are routinely overlooked by trans activists, who instead favor the right of a Man to be fitted for a bra.
We look forward to Women employees asserting Title VII sex discrimination claims for, among other things, their employer’s creation of a hostile work environment.