Ladies’ Night is a night life tradition that brings women out to clubs around the country evening after evening. From after work events, to weekend parties, promoters draw females to clubs with free entry before 11 and discounted drinks.
But “anti-feminist lawyer” Roy Den Hollander took his complaint against “Ladies’ Night” all the way up to The Second Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan. Hollander said that clubs violate men’s civil rights when they charge men more than women for entry and drinks.
The attorney was shocked to find that the court ruled against his claim. He was unable to prove that certain nightclubs broke any discrimination laws by luring women in with inexpensive drinks. An angry Hollander says, “It does not matter whether the nightclubs charge males or females or blacks or Latins or any other identifiable group more for admission—it is now constitutional.” Hollander went on to say, “It’s either a decision driven by feminist ideology or the Second Circuit decided to punt the case to the U.S. Supreme Court.”
Is it really unfair that some clubs give women preferential treatment? But isn’t “Ladies’ Night” ultimately for single men though? The more women in the club, the better right?
Is Ladies’ Night reverse-sexism? Sound off!