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Oct 27 2020

Transgender Bully Jonathan Yaniv Goes After Beauty Pageant

Jonathan Yaniv came to public attention by shaking down Brazilian wax facilities that refuse to wax his male genitalia even though he says he is a woman. He continues to personify the reductio ad absurdum of LGBT bullying. Now the self-described lesbian insists on taking part in the Canada Galaxy Pageants.

Moonbattery has advanced to the point that men can participate in the women-only beauty pageant. However, they must have their genitals surgically removed. Jonathan — or as he now calls himself, Jessica — isn’t that crazy.

Via the Post Millennial:

The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (JCCF), who will be representing Canada Galaxy Pageants in the human rights allegation, says that the pageant’s policy “has since been revised to include ‘genetic females and fully transitioned.'”

When Yaniv was told of the pageant’s policy, [he] filed a human rights complaint against Canada Galaxy Pageants, claiming that [he] had been discriminated against because of [his] gender identity, which would be in violation of the Ontario Human Rights Code.

The JCCF says that Yaniv is seeking $10,000 in damages for “injury to dignity and feelings,” and “requests that the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario rule that an organization cannot refuse a service to someone just because that person has male genitalia.”

That’s one way to make a living.

The idea is probably to convince future victims that paying him to go away is cheaper and easier than resisting.

When his victims push back, it doesn’t always go well for Yaniv. Not even the moonbats on the British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal approved of his bullying of estheticians in the Vancouver area. His complaint was dismissed with this statement:

“Yaniv’s predominant motive in filing her waxing complaints is not to prevent or remedy alleged discrimination, but to target small businesses for personal financial gain. In many of these complaints, [he] is also motivated to punish racialized and immigrant women based on [his] perception that certain ethnic groups, namely South Asian and Asian communities, are ‘taking over’ and advancing an agenda hostile to the interests of LGBTQ+ people.”

This setback probably explains Yaniv now targeting beauty contests. They may have more money for lawyers, but they are probably more averse to media accusations of being “transphobic” than the small businesses he has preyed upon in the past.

On a tip from Dragon’s Lair.


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