‘Genderqueer’ Woman Identifies as Male, Blames Her Hair, Files Suit: Then it gets weird..


“Genderqueeer”? No offense, but it’s getting so I need a scorecard.

First it was a pizza shop, next it was a cake shop, now a barber shop is in the queer crosshairs because they wouldn’t cut a genderqueer’s hairs!!!

Do they even teach that in Barber School?

Hat tip Christian News:

A woman who identifies as gender neutral but leans more toward male qualities is considering filing a lawsuit against a men’s barbershop that recently declined to cut her hair.

Kendall Oliver, 24, began identifying as “genderqueer” after serving in the Army. The term is defined as “a person who does not subscribe to conventional gender distinctions but identifies with neither, both, or a combination of male and female genders.”

Oliver also began preferring the pronoun “they” for herself as opposed to “her” or “him” in order to be gender neutral.

However, Oliver identifies more as male in her appearance, wearing men’s clothing and sporting a short hairstyle.

Earlier this month, she visited “The Barbershop” in Rancho Cucamonga to obtain a haircut and observed a woman asking for a trim. The woman was turned away as The Barbershop said that they only cut men’s hair.

But Oliver thought that it might not be an issue for her since she doesn’t identify as a woman and has short hair like a man. The Barbershop declined her as well.

“He said, ‘We only do men’s haircuts,’” Oliver recalled to the Washington Post.

…. Okay, now what?



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