The transgender woman (a man in a dress who suffers from dysphoria) who sued beauticians because they refused to wax her family jewels lost her human rights lawsuit. Proof that there is a God.
Jessica Yaniv, 32, complained that she was turned down for ‘Brazilian’ waxing services at over a dozen salons in Canada since 2018. You would think he would have taken the hint.
She brought legal proceedings against five home-based female estheticians, er, waxing experts, who would not perform the treatment on her scrotum.
I can’t describe how much I am laughing writing this story. But I digress.
Yaniv wants you to believe he is a male to female transgender woman who has not yet had sex-reassignment surgery, which means she still has a Mr. Happy.
He claimed the women were discriminating against her “based on gender identity and gender expression.” I did not notice the word gross in there.
Yaniv filed assorted complaints against estheticians in the Vancouver area. One of the complaints caused one them to go out of business as Yaniv was seeking $15,000 in damages from each beautician.
In their defense, the female estheticians argued that they were never trained in how to give a “Brazilian” wax on his twig and berries and they were afraid of injuring him/her for lack of knowing what they were doing.
A ‘Brazilian’ tears off the majority of pubic hair from the genitalia region, all except for a thin line that remains. YIKES!
Other beauticians said they did not want to and shouldn’t be forced to touch male genitals. Some of them cited religious reasons. If it were them, I would have retired from the business and move to Australia.
Luckily, the human rights board ruled in the beauticians’ favor.
The ruling said, “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.” On top of that, the decision ruled that Yaniv “engaged in improper conduct” and “filed complaints for improper purposes.” You gotta hand it to him. She has a lot of balls.
One of the human rights tribunal members wrote, “The most likely scenario is that Ms Yaniv was trying to make (the esthetician) feel uncomfortable or awkward for her own amusement, or as a form of revenge.”
And the icing on the cake was when the ruling stated that Yaniv deliberately targeted small businesses with a goal of attaining “personal financial gain.” This is a strong message because the Canadian tribunals are normally a woke nightmarish. It’s good that they spotted the scam.
“In many of these complaints, she is also motivated to punish racialized and immigrant women based on her perception that certain ethnic groups … are “taking over” and advancing an agenda hostile to the interests of LGBTQ+ people.” A transgender who looks down on other people.
In the end, Yaniv was ordered to pay $2,000 to three of the estheticians he tried to scam out of money by filing frivolous claims.
Serves her/him right.