So you have to accommodate such undesirables, even though they will drive away your regular business? Ain’t that sweet...
posted on 09/01/2013 12:17:17 PM PDT
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That struck me too. Other customers stopped going there, thinking it was a gay or trans-whatever establishment. Interesting to think about what rights, if any, the business owner has, if a group of oddballs gives his place a bad reputation.
Apparently the business owner has very few legal rights in this situation. He has to service the trans-whatever group, even if a critical mass of such people drive away others.
"So you have to accommodate such undesirables, even though they will drive away your regular business? Aint that sweet..."
A neighborhood bar is a unique kind of business because it is kind of a home away from home, and regulars come to know each other on a first-name basis. It is almost like being in someone's living room. It is indeed a dilemma when new customers start coming in who change the nature of that environment to the point of driving out many of the previous regulars, jeopardizing the business itself. I wonder how the law would rule if straights started hanging around a popular gay bar, changing the atmosphere, driving away gays who specifically come for the gay atmosphere and no longer found it.
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