Iain Campbell

Re: Re: Re: Re: Thursday's Salsa at EL BARRIO (CiCredux) - 23rd March 2009 00:53:03 in section Heated
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THe usual type of sex discrimination seen in most venues of the 'hard to prove' type where bouncers will simply reject customers without giving a reason. Thus it's difficult to prove anything unlawful is going on.

The law is very clear that discrimination on entry price is illegal.

And as I've said before salsa events need leads, anything that discourages men from going is not a sensible policy.

The real question is why has this been deemed necessary? I'm sure this idea wasn't just plucked out of the air. Lets hear the reasons. Perhaps there is a lawful solution?

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