Justice Centre defends BC aesthetician facing human rights complaint for not performing waxing service on transwoman


The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (JCCF.ca) today announced it will represent a British Columbian aesthetician, Shelah Poyer, who faces human rights proceedings for providing only "Brazilian" waxing services and not "Manzilians" or "Bro-zillians." On March 12, 2018, the Complainant submitted a complaint to the BC Human Rights Tribunal against Shelah Poyer, her boyfriend, and Shelah's former employer, claiming that they had discriminated against the Complainant on the basis of gender identity and expression.

"Our client is a victim of political correctness gone terribly awry," stated Justice Centre president John Carpay.