That just happened to a woman in the usually conservative Michigan city, Midland. Midland is also the home of Dow Chemical. According to an article posted on THE BLAZE, Yvette Cormier was shocked to see a man in the local PLANET FITNESS dressing room. She complained to the management and warned others it was happening.
Was she rewarded for being a good citizen looking out for the safety of women and children using that facility? NO! Her membership in PLANET FITNESS was REVOKED for violating their "no judgment policy."
As reported in the Blaze article and to local TV investigative reporters, this was the response of PLANET FITNESS to the woman's well justified fright:
Cormier said that when she complained to the front desk and later corporate, the gym said they embrace whatever sex a person identifies with — which is sometimes not what they were biologically assigned. The woman, however, kept telling other women about the policy.
Cormier ultimately was informed by a gym representative that her membership had been revoked for violating Planet Fitness’ trademark “no judgement” policy. , , ,
The gym later released a statement saying they are “committed to creating a non-intimidating, welcoming environment for our members.”
“Our gender identity non-discrimination policy states that members and guests may use all gym facilities based on their sincere self-reported gender identity,” the statement said. “The manner in which this member expressed her concerns about the policy exhibited behavior that management at the Midland club deemed inappropriate and disruptive to other members, which is a violation of the membership agreement and as a result her membership was cancelled.”No Judgment? I think I would never want to belong to a Health Club such as this where some in management evidently have NO SENSE!
Well, my own gym membership - Silver Sneakers now -- is with LA Fitness. I don't have much gym time, but I guess I will now have to watch carefully. I might be the next politically incorrect victim of this aggressive LGBT nonsense. I wonder -- did any of them ever hear about the 1960's - 1970's virtue called "Discretion" -- not putting your sexual adventures -- whether heterosexual or homosexual in everybody else's face? We might all get along a lot better if that old virtue were restored and human sensitivities, sensibilities, not to mention common decent human morality were respected.
I' still working on Part VII of the HiJacking of Evangelicalism., That article will focus in on Glenn Clark, founder of Camps Farthest Out.