“Kristen” McKay claimed to be transgender (that’s him/her pictured). He walked into a Canadian salon to get his nails done. Maybe a makeup lesson. Carrie MacFadyen, the salon owner, said they don’t serve men. Kristen said claimed s/he’s transgender. MacFadyen still refused.
So, McKay did what anyone would do…filed a human rights complaint.
Here’s the rub though, “Kristen” was refused service because transgender “prejudice” or because he stalked Carrie MacFadyen…
“It is unfortunate that the situation is being referred to as a transgender issue when the only issue is about my safety. I have absolutely no issues with transgender people and support their cause,” MacFadyen said in the statement.
It goes on to say that McKay is often standing or sitting on the street where MacFadyen parks her car and that — along with the fact that McKay then showed up at her work — made her uneasy.
He’s a creeping creeper who creeps.
Doesn’t matter if he calls himself “Kristen” or “Batman.” The dude is a werido. A freak. Observing the photo of “Kristen,” let’s also note he isn’t shopping in the petite section of the ladies department. Carrie, the salon owner and stalk-ee, has valid concerns.
“Carrie works in a small private business as the only employee. Knowing that Kristen is transgender does not change the fact she does not feel safe and secure in a room alone with her, without others around. After their interaction Kristen left the business yelling which confirmed Carrie’s concern,” said the email.
Knowing he’s transgender should change everything, according to the rules of the leftist handbook. Transgender people are better than the rest of us. They know more. They’ve played on both sides of the gender scale. Carrie is simply an intolerant bigot.
I can’t imagine why the salon owner was concerned (see Transgender Man Posing as Elderly Woman Sexually Assaults Train Passenger… and Surprise! Transgender Arrested for Snapping Pictures in Ladies’ Room…). The guy pictured doesn’t look creepy at all.
Lemme apologize for the blatant use of sarcasm there. Situation warranted such sarcasm usage. Men are still men, even if they prefer a female name. “Kristen” is probably stronger than Carrie. Because men tend to be stronger than women. Science. Carrie, a claimed transgender sympathizer, still doesn’t want to be attacked. By a man.
Question is, to whom does society lend its sympathy? Carrie, a real woman who feels threatened by a man? Or Kristin, a man who thinks he’s a woman?
That I even have to ask proves the larger point.
Speaking of large points…