Go Woke, Go Broke/Woke Alerts:

Well sadly, it was the only way to prove it.

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This isn’t Ghost Adventures.

No, it’s one side sticks their heads in the sand and then challenges the other to prove it (but play by their rules).

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What rules exactly? I’m split on trans bathroom policies for these reasons, the written policy Planet Fitness has is:

“As the home of the Judgement Free Zone, Planet Fitness is committed to creating an inclusive environment,” a spokesperson for the corporate parent said in a statement.

“Our gender identity non-discrimination policy states that members and guests may use the gym facilities that best align with their sincere, self-reported gender identity. The member who posted on social media violated our mobile device policy that prohibits taking photos of individuals in the locker room, which resulted in their membership being terminated.”

Sincere self-reported gender identity. Member said they are transitioning and now has staff trying to help them in the locker room. That they are shaving is not an “ah hah!” picture taking occasion.

insanity

… self reported…

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If a gym has a policy that allows biological men in women’s spaces then I wouldn’t go there.

I say every company needs to be clear. They either separate men and women biologically or they don’t.

I don’t disagree and it is private sector, but why should 100 women have to find a new gym because of one male?

Was that the rule when they signed up?

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“No” would be my guess. This stupidity / insanity is being foisted on us.

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The only humorous thing about this is who was actually taking pictures in the locker room.

Not sure how much this applies, personally Starbucks was one of the companies I’ve boycotted:

https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/companies/why-starbucks-has-lost-millions-of-customers/ss-BB1lVwgN?ocid=msedgntp&pc=LCTS&cvid=29a70716ac014b8ad26f50f4dea5d286&ei=38#image=7

Am I missing something?

I clicked your link - and I got this paragraph, and a bunch of ads:

Starbucks customers have had enough of high prices and painfully slow service - with the coffee chain admitting it has lost tens of millions of visitors this year. It seems that former CEO Howard Schultz - who spent nearly four decades building Starbucks into the world’s biggest coffee chain - has had enough too.

Is that it?

That’s not it. It’s a slide show. Keep clicking the right arrow for more. whenever I see that come up, I click off the page.

Why did you boycott them? I used to go to them when I worked in a different department. Now that I’ve returned to tolls, I haven’t been there since.

Ah.

God I hate the internet sometimes.

A pox on your house for posting that, @Eagle-Keeper.

Some time back someone in their upper management made comments which I found to be part of the woke and racist agenda of the Left. I just recall hearing this and telling myself I’m done with Starbucks.

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Not a problem. I do the same stuff myself. I was just wondering what it was. Sometimes businesses don’t know when to keep their mouths shut. Target is off my list. They might not care, but either do I.

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So the Right Wing Rage machine didn’t care about the gay kiss on Doctor Who?