Dupont says her client did not want to be put in a position where she would have to argue with an establishment over her choice to swim without a top.
So she decided to file a complaint instead.
According to Dupont, the legal basis for the complaint stems from Section 1 of the Ontario Human Rights Code, which says that every person has a right to equal treatmentwith respect to services, goods and facilities, regardless of sex or gender.
"It's very simple. At all of those facilities a man could show up without a top, and he would be allowed to swim that way," said Dupont. "But they discriminate against women because of some type of different conception of the woman's breast versus man's breast."The thing about "human rights"/victimhood-obsessed individuals is that they demand that reality be set aside for the sake of their precious, all-important feelings/wishes/desires. Thus, the reality that a woman's breasts are different than a man's (I'm sure I don't have to detail the hows and whys of the difference) is set aside--and much public money will be wasted--to defend this silly, faux'-"transgressive" complaint (because the way it works in Canada's "human rights" industry is that the complainant's legal fees are picked up by the taxpayer, whereas the target of the complaint is forced to shoulder the burden of his/her own hefty legal tab all alone).