Got dick? You can get into a women-only nudist spa; a judge says so
Nothing to see here. Well, wait. There is something to see. A pre-op man with a dick who is walking around in a…
In the State of Washington.
A district judge in Washington state has ruled that Olympus Spa, a women-only spa where nudity is compulsory, must allow pre-op transgender women with penises to utilize their facilities.
In her judgement, District Court Judge Barbara Jacobs Rothstein upheld the ruling made by the WSHRC [Washington State Human Rights Commission] and said that the measures taken to prevent the spa from having a female-only policy had been lawful.
In the initial complaint to the commission, [Haven] Wilvich said she was a transgender woman who was “biologically male” and had not undergone sex reassignment surgery.
Wilvich alleged that she had gone to the spa in January 2020 in search of a service but was discriminated against.
She claims that Olympus Spa told her that “transgender women without surgery are not welcome because it could make other customers and staff uncomfortable”.
The point of the judge’s ruling was: Wilvich, the man, was made uncomfortable.
I have a question. Suppose a woman at the spa, a lesbian, was propositioned by Wilvich, and turned him down—explicitly stating that although she enjoys sex with women, she will absolutely not have sex with a woman who has a dick.
Could Wilvich successfully sue that lesbian?
On the grounds of discrimination?