Transgender Who Sued Over ‘Bikini Wax Access’ Now Targeting Gynecologists
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Transgender Who Sued Over ‘Bikini Wax Access’ Now Targeting Gynecologists

Moving on from suing female estheticians for refusing to wax male genitals, the world of gynecology is the next brave frontier for transgender woman and self-styled “LGBTQIA+ advocate” Jessica Yaniv.

According to Yaniv, transgender “rights” not only include female salon workers being forced to wax male genitals, even when they don’t offer the service, but also gynecologists being forced to take on transgender patients who do not have female reproductive organs.

On Monday night, the activist ranted via Twitter about allegedly being discriminated against and turned away from a gynecology office because Yaniv is transgender.

“Ok so [Fraser Health] needs to stop hiring employees who are discriminatory towards the #LGBTQ and use their bulls*** excuses on why they can’t see you even though you have a referral from the emergency department and live in the Fraser Health area!!” Yaniv posted to Twitter. “I want help and can’t get it!!”

In follow-up tweets, Yaniv elaborated: “So a gynaecologist office that I got referred to literally told me today that ‘we don’t serve transgender patients.’ And me, being me, I’m shocked.. and confused… and hurt.”

“Are they allowed to do that, legally?” Yaniv asked, signaling prospective legal action, particularly since the activist has shown to be extremely litigious in the past. “Isn’t that against the college practices?”

Yaniv, a biological male, does not have a uterus or ovaries and it’s unclear if the activist has had what is often dubbed in the trans world as “bottom surgery.” In other words, it’s unclear how a standard gynecologist could provide care to the activist. Also, it remains unclear if Yaniv actually was turned away and for what reason.

“Gynaecologists form a part of the multidisciplinary team who engage with transgender and non‐binary patients, either as part of the transition stage performing surgery or managing pre‐ or post‐transition gynaecological problems,” the activist added.

Yaniv made headlines earlier this year when the activist filed at least 15 human rights complaints against female estheticians in Canada for refusing to wax his male genitals, as noted by The Daily Wire.

However, in October, the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms, a group that represented five of the women being targeted by Yaniv, announced that the activist’s cases against their clients had been tossed by the British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal. Moreover, Yaniv was instructed to pay $2,000 each to at least three of the women.

“The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (JCCF) is pleased to announce that the BC Human Rights Tribunal has ruled in favour of home estheticians’ right to refuse to handle male genitalia against their will,” a press release from JCCF said, as highlighted by The Post Millennial.

“According to the group, the tribunal’s decision said that ‘human rights legislation does not require a service provider to wax a type of genitals they are not trained for and have not consented to wax,’” The Daily Wire noted. “Moreover, it was noted that Yaniv ‘engaged in improper conduct’ and ‘filed complaints for improper purposes.’ The activist’s testimony, according to the ruling, was ‘disingenuous and self-serving,’ and Yaniv was ‘evasive and argumentative and contradicted herself.’”

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