In the never-ending story of women and men wanting to blur the distinctions between themselves, a men’s barber shop owner has agreed to pay a fine of 750 smackers for not cutting a woman’s hair in an all male exclusive shop.
Really lady? What possess you to even consider going there? Are you aware than men’s and women’s hair are different, and that it is not quite so easy to style your ‘do,’ as it is to use a number 2 clipper?
But once more, a ‘patron’s’ selfishness is on full display, and maybe the shop owner thought it much easier to pay the fine, and this may be convenient for the moment, but you have just opened yourself to more female clients, and by so doing will destroy the atmosphere that makes you different and attractive.
Maybe she liked the atmosphere that is masculine; maybe she liked the idea of a drink with a cut; but please, the sign reads: ‘Mens haircuts.’ May as well allow cub scouts to trade their blue pants for the brownie dresses. Extreme? Hardly, for this is the end game of the no-difference-between-male-and-female-club.
But the comments in that article were hilarious. Give her a haircut she will remember, so that she and her friends will think twice about returning. Seriously lady, were you sent by a group to stir trouble? The shop owner said he is not opposed to cutting women’s hair………..but not in THAT place as it is strictly for men.
What right-thinking woman would argue that a man could not demand a cut at an all female Shop? The liberal mind refuses to connect the dots of reality, and this is one more example of political correctness gone sideways.
But the barber pole. The quintessential symbol of a man’s place, and if you notice, is fast becoming a casualty of a trade gone south, where Vitalis is replaced with fashion. Hey, nothing against a good cut, just sayin, and noticing the trend.
I could bring into the discussion ‘male and female created He them,’ and while most would understand, a few would cry ‘foul,’ or ‘irrelevant,’ or ‘womens rights,’ but then again, it would kind of make things quite easy, that men and women, male and female, are hmmm, let’s say, beautifully different.
But c’mon lady, pick a more worthy battle, because you have lost this one completely. Surely you must know there are thousands of places where you could get a unisex cut; this place is apparently not one of them. Accept it, get over it, and have a nice day.