Monday, September 6, 2010

Ladies Nights aren't sexist to men; Court of Appeals rejects Manhattan lawyer's claim

The Manhattan lawyer who thinks the big problem with singles clubs is that women pay less to get in got the big brush off in court yesterday.

The Second Circuit Court of Appeals rejected claims by self-proclaimed "anti-feminist lawyer" Roy Den Hollander that letting women past the velvet rope for free or half price on "Ladies Nights" violates the Constitution.



In the last week I have noticed so many places where men complain that equality for women makes them less equal, so therefore fighting for female equality is sexist. It makes my brains leak out my ears.

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