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Woman Denied Haircut, Files Human Right Complaint

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Nope - that was in 1925....we're in the 21'st century now my friend.

With your line of thinking, men shouldn't be allowed neither -only "boys".

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Do you know what I wish? I wish people would be sensible and not make big bloody deals out of simple matters. Now, if this person is rushing to an interview and it's the only place in town, maybe (no, actually - that's her problem for being stupid and leaving things to the last minute).

Everyone is quick to follow up with claims, suits, actions that, really, are for nothing. This diverts valuable time and resources away from more serious matters.

Get over it already, it's a haircut for crying out loud. I don't care if it's appropriate or not (to follow up), I think it's ridiculous.

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Many attitudes I am seeing are showing why Female only gyms are necessary.
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and how is that different from a woman wanting a haircut at a male barbershop?

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Do you know what I wish? I wish people would be sensible and not make big bloody deals out of simple matters. Now, if this person is rushing to an interview and it's the only place in town, maybe (no, actually - that's her problem for being stupid and leaving things to the last minute).

Everyone is quick to follow up with claims, suits, actions that, really, are for nothing. This diverts valuable time and resources away from more serious matters.

Get over it already, it's a haircut for crying out loud. I don't care if it's appropriate or not (to follow up), I think it's ridiculous.

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because the idomatic phrase "boys club" refers to actual boys only...

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Sorry but you're just making things up to fit your own specific argument. The name 'boys club' does not automatically come with the banning of women. Nor does it prove your point that women aren't allowed into that shop. You're just filling in the blank with what you want and not necessarily what it means.

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Sorry but you're just making things up to fit your own specific argument. The name 'boys club' does not automatically come with the banning of women. Nor does it prove your point that women aren't allowed into that shop. You're just filling in the blank with what you want and not necessarily what it means.

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Do you know what I wish? I wish people would be sensible and not make big bloody deals out of simple matters. Now, if this person is rushing to an interview and it's the only place in town, maybe (no, actually - that's her problem for being stupid and leaving things to the last minute).

Everyone is quick to follow up with claims, suits, actions that, really, are for nothing. This diverts valuable time and resources away from more serious matters.

Get over it already, it's a haircut for crying out loud. I don't care if it's appropriate or not (to follow up), I think it's ridiculous.

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but they are still doctors, and we are all human being's, equal rights and whatnot, right?

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And many attitudes I am seeming are showing why Male only clubs are necessary.

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I said go ahead. Please report back here and let us know how it went.

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I guess because of that old poster, woman shouldn't be allowed in the army neither.

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because paying for a haircut, an optional service which can be refused (unless you feel that anyone who provides a service must be forced to do so for any paying client), is analogous to obtaining a paid position in the military.

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"Management has the right to refuse service to anybody"?

The point of my picture was that it is old - just like a barbershop in 1925 - old.

We've come a long way since then.

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It's a barbers shop. Which everyone knows are for men (or traditionally anyway). If she was so desperate for a haircut why didn't she go to one of the many salons nearby, as avelanch pointed out? Attention seeking in an increasingly attention seeking world.

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And many attitudes I am seeming are showing why Male only clubs are necessary.

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Like Freemasons?

Like Catholic priests?

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