The Minnesota Department of Human Rights filed “gender discrimination charges” against five Twin Cities bars. There problem. The department believes that the bars are violating the rights of men everywhere—by holding ladies’ night. “Gender-based pricing violates the Human Rights Act,” the commissioner tells the Star-Tribune, vowing to pursue every complaint received about on the matter. The state tried a similar crackdown back in 1994, but most bars shrugged and kept the cheap drinks flowing.
First off all, do men even feel discriminated against when it comes to “Ladie’s Night”? Girls have a great reason to go out to town and then recieve cheap drinks. The guy doesn’t even have to but the drinks on these nights! The bar does half of the job for you!