Transgender Activist Loses Cases Against Women He Targeted Who Refused To Wax His Male Genitals
Transgender activist Jessica Yaniv who is a biological male made news over the summer when he decided to sue multiple businesses for not being willing to wax his male genitals.
Yaniv is a s**t starter and actually filed at least 15 human rights complaints against female estheticians. He purposefully would look for ones that he felt would be unwilling to perform the task and then when they refuse, he would file complaints against them.
Well, now the tides have turned and Yaniv is being forced to pay the women that he targeted.
The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms, which is representing five of the women being targeted by Yaniv, announced that the Yaniv's cases against the women clients have been tossed by the BC Human Rights Tribunal. On top of that, he is being forced to pay at least three of the women $2,000 each.
In case you're unfamiliar with the story:
The Daily Wire reported,
During tribunal proceedings on Wednesday, Da Silva said the complaint from Yaniv forced her to close shop, the outlet noted.
“Some of my clients have been very significantly affected on a personal level. [Another client also] closed her business, she has been depressed, anxious, sleepless and that has gone on for a period of many many months,” said Jay Cameron, a lawyer from the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms representing Da Silva.
“It is a very serious thing to launch a human rights complaint against a person. My clients are people,” said Cameron. “They have a right to make a living and this has interfered with their livelihood, but also you have the stigma of being associated with this hanging over you.”
Yaniv took to Twitter to share with her followers about the ordeal saying, "This is not about waxing. This is about businesses and individuals using their religion and culture to refuse service to protected groups because -they- don’t agree with it or the person and use that to illegally discriminate contrary to the BC Human Rights Code and the CHRC."