Man Feels Like Woman Today, Uses Women’s Dressing Room At Ross Store

Another retail store follows Target’s “inclusive” policy.

Lisa Stickles was shopping in her local Ross department store in Mesquite, Texas Monday, where she comes several times a week, when she heard a man’s voice in the women’s dressing room. 

She quickly told a manager, who went to investigate.  The manager came back out, pulled her to the side and told her he was “representing himself as a woman today.”

CBS News reported that a Ross customer service representative said they “do not discriminate against the transgender community,” and customers may use changing rooms that apply to their gender identity.

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Sickles asked, “What about me? Or my feelings?”  “The manager told me that if I felt uncomfortable in the dressing room with him there… I’d have to wait until he’s finished.”

She did wait, and saw the man when he walked out.   “He was in no way dressed as a woman,” Sickles said. “He had on jeans, a t-shirt, 5 o’clock shadow, very deep voice. He was a man.”


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