Always in the name of protecting children. Spa World, a Korean spa in Centreville, Virginia has a policy of not allowing LGBT customers do to the fact that (well they are bigots) they have abnormal sexual behaviors and they MUST protect children.
The situation came to light last year when a trans woman visited the 24-hour spa on a trip from California, and was asked by an attendant to leave.
“They told me that I was not welcome there and to leave because I looked a little different,” she said. “Let’s say I am a member of the LGBT population.”
The woman filed a complaint with the Better Business Bureau and the truth came out.
The Better Business Bureau looked into the allegations and Spa World representative Sang Lee responded the investigation stating:
“It is our policy to not accept any kinds of abnormal sexual oriented customers to our facility such as homosexuals, or transgender(s).” “Also, for the safety and the comfort of young children at Spa World, we strongly forbid any abnormal sexual behaviors and orientation in our facility. Despite the controversial issue of homosexuality and transgender, it is our policy to not accept them,” Lee wrote.
Yes because Spa’s are such a feeding ground for child molesters. PA-LEASE. I have been to many Korean spas, 😉 and yes on a rare occasion i have seen fathers with their young sons, but i mean so rarely that i can count it on one finger. People go to spas to relax and de-stress. It is an adult world. No, i am not going to deny that there are some times inappropriate shenanigans that go on. I mean how else is a married man going get a quickie. But Spas are not a place child molesters frequent to look for prey.
I would have more respect (Well not really ) for Spa World if they just called it what it is and stop using children as the scapegoat.
I would also like to know how they can pin point who is gay and who is not? lets face it, the lip wristed lisping queen, is now a minority in our culture. I being one of them. :o. And like i said above, what about all the married men who go to spas for a little release?