Bridal Shop Under Fire For Not Telling Bride That Female Sales Clerk Was Really a Guy
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The following is a transcript of Todd’s morning radio commentary.
Hello Americans. I’m Todd Starnes with news and commentary next.
There’s a disturbing story about the Equality Act from our friends at Liberty Counsel.
A young bride-to-be named “Ann” recently went to a bridal shop near Washington, D.C.
If you’ve watched the television show “Say Yes to the Dress” – you know it’s quite the family affair.
The salesperson followed the bride to be into the dressing room to help her try on a wedding gown.
The salesperson was wearing a COVID mask, dress, tights and heels. The salesperson proceeded to help “Ann” in the dressing room, touching private areas of her body while helping her in and out of wedding dresses.
Then “Ann’s” sister and mother pulled her aside and notified her that the salesperson was a man.
A transgender sales clerk.
The bride was horrified. She had never undressed in front of a man before. She felt violated and deceived and fled the story with her mother and sister in tow.
Later that day – the groom to be paid the store owner a visit. She defended her transgender employee and said she was required by law to treat the man as if he was a woman.
“This so-called ‘Equality Act’ will set back the gains made by women in sports, invade their private spaces, and place them at risk,” said Liberty Counsel founder Mat Staver. “It is a slap in the face to women and girls who are entitled to safety and privacy. This bill gives males ‘identifying as females’ legal access to use female bathrooms, locker rooms, and all public facilities.”
Needless to say – the bride-to-be said no to that dress.