Some days you eat the bear, and other days the bear slathers you with wax and rips your man hair right out. So it was for pervert of the year, Jessica Yaniv. He’s the fugly man-lady from Canada eh, who insisted lady estheticians not waxing the pubes off his twigs and berries was a violation of
his “her” civil rights. Yes, this is the same pudgy broad who wanted a pool party with topless twelve-year old girls. Isn’t he just a dish. In a twist of fate, justice actually prevailed, with the BC Human Rights Tribunal in Canada finally getting something right and siding with the estheticians and against Lady Wax My Nuts. It was aboot time.
The decision noted, “human rights legislation does not require a service provider to wax a type of genitals they are not trained for and have not consented to wax.” The decision further found that the complainant Jessica Yaniv “engaged in improper conduct”, “filed complaints for improper purposes”, and concluded Yaniv’s testimony was “disingenuous and self-serving.” Finally, noted the Tribunal, Yaniv was “evasive and argumentative and contradicted herself” while giving evidence.
Slam dunk case. Seemed obvious from the outset that Jessica was less interested in civil rights, more interested in women handling his crotch kiwis. Also, and I hate to be a broken record about this, waxing isn’t a right. No one has a right to have their curly black hairs yanked from their soft places. Not even hideous she-men with a predilection for tampon strings hanging betwixt young girl’s legs.
Most of the women who were the target of Yaniv’s complaints work out of their own home, are of immigrant background, and have small children with them in the house during the day.
Meaning there may be an element of racism if not xenophobia on Yaniv’s part. Though in my personal lady opinion, I think a creepy dude with rolls instead of side boob demanding ladies touch his junk was bad enough. The racism touch is just icing on the cock.
Finally, the Tribunal is making Jessica drop his pants and cough it up. See what I did there?
The Tribunal ordered costs against Yaniv in the amount of $2000.00 payable to each of Ms. Benipal, Ms. DaSilva, and Mrs. Hehar Gill.
Again, my opinion, but that’s not enough cash to these ladies. Here’s hoping they can maybe sue Jessica Yaniv back into a time when men were men, women were women, and no one got the two confused in efforts to engage in sexual assault under the guise of civil rights. Twas a better time.
Let’s remember that a right is something protected by government, not given by government. Sure, this story is from the great white north, home to Justin McBlackface, but all the same, a civil right doesn’t include a trip to the spa. Rights don’t include wax, pubic hairs, regular hairs, or someone putting a towel over nightmare crotches. So we’re clear.