Transgender Activist Loses Lawsuit Against Waxers Who Refused to Wax His Genitals

A transgender “woman” has lost a “discrimination” lawsuit filed against a waxing joint that refused to wax his male genitalia.

Transgender activist Jessica Yaniv, a biological male who claims to be a woman, filed his lawsuit in Canada claiming violations of the leftist country’s human rights codes when the woman working for a salon refused to remove the hair on his genitals with the procedure known as waxing.

Yaniv is well known in British Columbia for harassing people he blames for “discrimination” against him because he identifies as a woman and has launched many nuisance lawsuits crying wolf over human rights violations.

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However, on Tuesday, the BC Human Rights Tribunal tossed out Yaniv’s absurd claims against the female estheticians and said that the case had no merit. Yaniv was also ordered to pay all the women he sued $2,000 each.

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The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms, the group that represented some of the women Yaniv tried to sue, celebrated the win for sanity.

“JCCF is pleased to announce that the BC Human Rights Tribunal has ruled in favour of home estheticians’ right to refuse to handle male genitalia against their will,” the legal group’s press release said.

The group added that Canada’s “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 BC Human Rights Tribunal found that that Yaniv “engaged in improper conduct” and “filed complaints for improper purposes.” Yaniv’s testimony was also deemed “disingenuous and self-serving.” The Tribunal also accused Yaniv of being “evasive and argumentative and contradicted herself.”

“The Justice Centre represented Blue Heaven Beauty Lounge and its owner, Sandeep Banipal, who is an adherent to the Sikh religion. Ms. Banipal is not trained to wax male genitals, and as she explained in the response to the complaint against her, it ‘is not something I am comfortable with or trained to do,” the JCCF press release said.

Sukhi Hehar Gill, who is a religious Sikh, was forced to close her business because of the legal attack launched by Yaniv. She ran her business to cater only to women, due in part to her religious beliefs of interactions with males. “It ‘is contrary to my faith to provide waxing services to a biological male,” Gill said.

“Self-identification does not erase physiological reality,” concluded Jay Cameron, JCCF Litigation Manager and counsel for the estheticians. “Our clients do not offer the service requested. No woman should be compelled to touch male genitals against her will, irrespective of how the owner of the genitals identifies.”

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