“Curios if you live in L.A.?
Korea town is right smack in the middle of a giant metropolis we call Los Angeles which is a very diverse city. These spas are frequented by many non Koreans as it is a epicenter of a natural hot spring that runs in our city.
The staff handled this in the wrong way and those women who complained should have been handled in a way that would enlighten them.
I'm stunned as Korea town is so diverse and not isolated in any way from anything.”
FTracy3 on Mar 27, 2013 at 20:45:24
“Yes, and I"ve been to a Korean spa. They welcome non-Korean clientele but the entire vibe is definitely old-school Korean with many customers (and some staff) who do not speak English. In many Asian countries body tattoos are a sign of gang membership and definitely not common on women. Margaret's a comedienne--she should laugh it off, go with the flow, and not try and make this the civil rights issue of our time. I could go to a metropolitan area in another country and balk at following customs in a more old-school establishment (wear a hat, take off my shoes) i for one would go with the flow instead of making an issue of my "rights"”
“This is ACT-UP a group responsible for how new drugs for any disease get fast tracked and available for people who have no options and changed history
So this type of protest does indeed work
Hats off to these brave souls.”
“Marriage is a legal contract that two consenting adults sign with the state and which grants legal obligations and entitlements to that couple. Matrimony is an ecclesiastical ceremony performed by clergy members that grants divine blessings on the couple with no legal or governmental consequence. That's why we use the term "holy matrimony" and not "holy marriage." It is true that the 2 terms are often used interchangeably, but that doesn't mean they are the same thing.”
“NYC needs to go directly to the Mayors house for a visit.
" shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances." -- First Amendment to the Constitution.”