Petition to Macy’s who Fired Christian for refusing to let Men into Women’s dressing room

by Chaplain Klingenschmitt on December 10, 2011 · 0 comments     Print This Post Print This Post

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In another example of the lunacy which pervades the homosexual movement, Macy’s department store just fired a Christian employee because she refused to allow a Man to use the Women’s dressing room.

KSAT News San Antonio confirms:

Natalie Johnson is a 27-year-old student and, until last week, worked at the River Center Macy’s.

On Nov. 30, a teenager shopping caught her attention.

“I made sure to keep an eye on him because he was shopping for women’s clothing,” remembered Johnson.

She said she was convinced the shopper was a man. So when she saw him in the women’s dressing room, she told him he couldn’t change there.

“I had to just straight forward tell him, ‘You’re a man,’ and of course that made him really got him steamed,” said Johnson.

But the group of people he was with supported the shopper, arguing Macy’s policy allows transgender people to change in the fitting room of the gender they associate with.

“I’ve made my choice the other day,” Johnson told her manager. “I refuse to comply with this policy.”

Johnson said she was let go.

Johnson filed a complaint with the Federal Employment Commission, claiming her religious beliefs prevent her from recognizing transgender people.

Read full story here.

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