Gender Discrimination? Men Are Suing Women For Not Letting Them Into Women-Only Events

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'In August 2017, Mandy organized what she said was a great, successful event. The event was advertised as "A Girls' Night Out Dance Party" at the SpringHill Suites in Oceanside, open to "ladies 21 and over" and Rodriguez said it sold out five weeks in advance. 

“It was the opportunity to bring some women together to network and just do something a little bit different and fun,” she told NBC7 Investigates.

Six weeks later, Mandy said she was shocked when she and the hotel were sued, accused of being sexist towards men.
The lawsuit was filed on behalf of Steve Frye, a man Mandy said she had never heard of before. Frye did not respond to NBC7 Investigates’ request for comment.

According to court documents, Frye tried to enter Mandy's "Girls’ Night Out Dance Party" but was told at the door that he "could not attend." NBC7 Investigates found Frye has filed 26 lawsuits in Southern California for discrimination.

The case involving Mandy settled last month for an undisclosed payment.'

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... in otherwise public events even when executed by a private entity or person. You can't sell tickets to the public generally except for fill-in-the-blanks. If you do business in CA you should know that. This is why "ladies' nights" in CA bars are almost unheard of. But alas CA businesses just accept the expense of paying out claims sometimes and hold such events anyway.

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