Ladies who frequent the Macy’s department store chain may be wondering if they are safe shopping at the popular retailer after news that a Macy’s clerk in San Antonio, Texas, was fired for refusing to allow a cross-dressing man into a women’s fitting room to try on clothes.
According to Liberty Counsel, a conservative legal advocacy group, Macy’s clerk Natalie Johnson said she witnessed the man walking out of the women’s fitting room and informed him that he could not return there to try on more clothing because the fitting room was for women only.
Much to her surprise — and disbelief — the man, who was wearing make-up and girl’s clothing, assured Johnson that he was, indeed, a woman. When Johnson adamantly refused to allow the cross-dressing young man to return to the women’s dressing room, he and the five individuals accompanying him let loose with an expletive-laced verbal assault, informing the clerk that Macy’s is “LGBT friendly,” and she was discriminating against the man.
To this news, recounted Liberty Counsel, “Johnson replied that Macy’s is also non-discriminatory toward religion, and that it would go against her religious beliefs to lie that he was a woman or compromise with homosexuality. The group then demanded to speak with a manager.”
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Photo: A Macy's store in San Diego