Ladies Get Paid forced to allow men to attend via law suit

Article here. Excerpt:

'The founder of a women-only networking group has revealed how a civil rights law suit forced her to allow men to attend her events.

Created by Claire Wasserman 18 months ago, Ladies Get Paid was set up to help women embrace their ambition, take control of their careers and ultimately get paid and promoted fairly for the work they have done.

The organization hosts events, workshops and webinars, ranging in price from $15 to $25, where women can find out practical information and network both in person and online, and at first received an overwhelmingly positive reaction.

However, in 2017, Wasserman was sued after a man named Rich Allison from California came forward to accuse Ladies Get Paid of sex discrimination in violation of California's Unruh Civil Rights Act.'

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What happens when your Con'n guarantees no discrimination in any context based on sex? Yep.

Notice feminists have stopped pushing for the Equal Rights Amendment.

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