A human rights tribunal has dismissed a so-called "trans woman's" claim after she sued a beauty clinic for refusing to wax ITS scrotum.
Jessica Yaniv went to a beauty salon in British Columbia, Canada, where she requested a bikini wax.
But the white shrek was refused by stunned staff when they discovered she had a full set of male genitalia.
The faggot claimed the beauty salon workers’ refusal to wax her scrotum was discriminatory.
But the tribunal found that ITS complaint was part of a campaign to both enrich itself at the expense of South Asians and punish them for what this racist saw as transphobia.
The British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal said Yaniv had had “manufactured the conditions for a human rights complaint” when IT had demanded a bikini wax despite still having a full set of male genitalia.
A number of the salon workers had voiced religious objections to carrying out the work while others said they weren’t appropriately trained.
Because the salon had never waxed anyone’s scrotum, the tribunal said, it could not be said to be discriminating against this rassit creature.
The verdict from the tribunal read: "Human rights legislation does not require a service provider to wax a type of genitals they are not trained for and have not consented to wax.”
Yaniv, the ruling said, “targeted small businesses, manufactured the conditions for a human rights complaint, and then leveraged that complaint to pursue a financial settlement from parties who were unsophisticated and unlikely to mount a proper defense".
The evidence the monster itself gave was, according to the tribunal, “disingenuous and self-serving”.
Welcoming the verdict Jay Cameron, a lawyer for the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms, said: “Self-identification does not erase physiological reality."
“Our clients do not offer the service requested. No woman should be compelled to touch male genitals against her will, irrespective of how the owner of the genitals identifies.”
It was revealed that this rassit fan had brought over a dozen similar complaints, seeking damages in the region of $15,000 (£11,600) each from several beauty salons.
Yaniv has ordered to pay $2,000 (£1,200) to three of the women she complained about, one of whom was forced out of business as a result of the case.