UK: John Lewis Stores Fuel Tranny Controversy After Telling Trannies to Invade Women’s Changing Rooms

Pomidor Quixote
Daily Stormer
November 17, 2019

After nagging their way into all of men’s spaces, women are nagging about men nagging their way into women’s spaces.

Daily Mail:

John Lewis has fuelled a gender-neutral row after telling customers they can use ‘whichever fitting room makes them feel most comfortable’.

Feminist campaigner Jean Hatchet, from Sheffield, asked the department store to clarify its position on gender-neutral changing rooms across its branches.

The 53-year-old tweeted yesterday: ‘Finally heard from John Lewis. They will let men in female changing rooms. That’s that. No debate. Why do all these stores hate women?‘ 

She told MailOnline: ‘The phrase ‘whichever changing room they feel comfortable with’ puts women and girls at risk from predatory men.’

Ms Hatchet tweeted a screenshot of the reply from John Lewis with: ‘Dear @jlandpartners which changing room do you think a rapist of women would feel “most comfortable in”?

The response comes after Ms Hatchet filmed herself visiting the Sheffield John Lewis store on Sunday where she asked a staff member if she could go into the men’s changing rooms.

A manager at the store reportedly told Ms Hatchet men are not allowed in the women’s changing rooms.

Ms Hatchet asked the manager when the policy had changed, since a staff member in another department did not inform her of this.

She later tweeted: ‘So which is true @jlandpartners…? Yes men can go in women’s changing rooms or no they can’t?’

Twitter users were quick to condemn the gender-neutral stance taken by John Lewis and claimed they would ‘boycott’ the store.

Gill from West Yorkshire commented: ‘And what about the women and girls who’d like to use the changing room that makes them feel most comfortable? You know – the one without any males in it?

Women appear to be having a hard time understanding how this works, but it’s quite simple.

If a man says he’s a woman, then “he” is a woman and automatically gets all of women’s benefits, meaning she can use whatever changing room she desires.

This is totally fair because women can do the same and claim they’re men, and automatically break through the glass ceiling and be granted the privileges of patriarchs.

A woman from Essex commented: ‘Another shop I will be boycotting. I will also be closing my online account and returning my loyalty card.’

It comes after Ms Hatchet complained earlier this month that a man had entered the women’s cubicle area at an M&S store in Yorkshire during a teenage girl’s bra fitting.

She tweeted: ‘Cubicle or no cubicle. Curtain or no curtain. Open space changing or not.’

‘Men should not have access to any of these female spaces alongside women. @marksandspencer please clarify your policy on female changing rooms.’

They are not men. They are women because they say they are. This is how it works.

This Hatchet woman is being very misogynistic, but her behavior may be a consequence of the lack of clarity surrounding this subject.

If transgenders can choose whatever makes them feel the most comfortable, what happens when they choose something that makes other people feel uncomfortable?

Can non-transgenders choose whatever makes them feel the most comfortable too, like not being around transgenders?

Or are transgenders supposed to be privileged because of their alleged lack of privilege?

The answer, of course, is that transgenders’ will is to be imposed over women’s will because transgenders are an oppressed minority.

Women can complain all they want, but they voted for this.

They asked for this.

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