women ruin something again: this time it’s a barbershop

Barbershop Story

WASHINGTON, Pa. (KDKA) — Ask any client at Barbiere in Washington County and he’ll tell you the upscale gentleman’s barbershop offers more than just your typical haircut.

From the rugged décor to the macho atmosphere, it’s a place where guys can unwind with a complimentary cocktail or enjoy a cold beer.

“[I] come here, talk sports, guy talk. A great place to get away after a hard day’s work, get a haircut and have a beer,” said client Robert Craig.

Now, the business is at the center of a heated debate after owner John Interval was fined $750 for refusing to cut a woman’s hair.

She filed an action with the state’s Bureau of Professional and Occupational Affairs.

That agency imposed the fine for gender discrimination after a state investigator visited the business and interviewed Interval.


Something apparent to everyone who read this article but I’ll still say anyway: this broad went to the barbershop looking for a fight, not a haircut.  It wasn’t some innocent, “Oh I just really needed a haircut and just wanted to be helped and they screamed at me, belittled me, and turned me away!”  It was more like, “I saw a sign that implied somewhere that men could go without women so I decided to try to ruin it for everyone.”

Here’s an actual video of this woman when she was a child (click the picture).*



This is old but will go down as a classic, too.  Bill Burr had something to say about women butting into everything men do on their own.


Once again, everyone proves my point that modern feminism is nothing more than a group of bitter females trying to get validation from a man.


* This makes two blogs in two days where a Simpsons clip completely explains the story.  The most clever part of this clip is calling out the feminist activist for being completely phony and trying to crash a party she doesn’t even really care if she attends.  Ha.  I don’t really think you can beat classic Simpsons.

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