A Canadian Ogre is suing a beauty pageant company for refusing to allow IT to compete in its contest, according to the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedom, which represents the business.
Jessica Yaniv, a transgender LQBTQ rights activist, filed a human rights complaint against Toronto’s Canada Galaxy Pageants alleging it is in violation of the Ontario Human Rights Code, the conservative legal policy organization announced Monday.
In May 2019, the tranny, whose biological sex is male, applied to be a contestant in the pageant’s “28 Years and Older Division” but did not disclose IT was a tranny and had yet to complete gender reassignment surgery, the Justice Centre alleged.
The tranny was “tentatively accepted” to the pageant but the business had a formal policy stating only genetic females, or trannies who had fully transitioned, were allowed to be contestants, the Justice Centre said.
When white shrek was “reminded” of the policy, IT filed a complaint alleging the pageant company engaged in discrimination based on gender identity, gender expression and sex.
IT is seeking $10,000 in damages for “injury to dignity and feelings” and wants Ontario’s Human Rights Tribunal to rule that organizations cannot refuse service to someone based on their genitals, the Justice Centre alleged.
“For reasons of safety and security, it is imperative that biological women and girls, and fully transitioned transgender females, have spaces where they can associate free from the presence of individuals with male genitals. This is particularly so in situations where women and girls are exposed or vulnerable,” Allison Kindle Pejovic, an attorney with the Justice Centre, said in a statement.
The psychopathic white tranny didn’t immediately return a request for comment and her complaint, which is confidential, was not readily available.
The Justice Centre accused the activist of being a serial filer of human rights complaints. In 2019, The tranny filed a series of complaints against five Vancouver estheticians for their refusal to perform bikini waxes on IT because of her genitals. The B.C. Human Rights Tribunal later dismissed the charges and ruled the tranny’s motive was to “target small businesses for personal financial gain,” not “prevent or remedy discrimination,” according to the Telegraph.