Oklahoma woman is asked to leave men-only barbershop to preserve ’man cave’ feel

Oklahoma woman is asked to leave men-only barbershop to preserve ’man cave’ feel

An Oklahoma woman took her story to media when she was asked to leave a barbershop in Ponca City, Oklahoma last week. The barbershop, Kings Kuts, says it has a ’strict no girlfriends or wives policy’. The woman and her husband had visited the barbershop so that he could receive a haircut and beard trim, but the wife was told to leave to preserve the ’man cave’ feel of the shop.

Aight Bradley
Aight Bradley
christine hancock
christine hancock 1 months

Oh my gosh. Some people are trained from birth to be arrogant. At least men are told that toxic pride is undesirable. I do not predict a long and happy marriage for the woman who actually believes her presence is desirable 24/7 in all situations and places. Men and women do not own each other, not even in marriage (at least, in theory), and a spouse has the right to privacy once in a while. Frankly, I won't step foot in a barber shop or any male space without an invitation, and I expect the same consideration from men when I am in a female space. Also, ever notice most salons where you get quality work done (ie not the cheap one at Walmart), generally the spaces where hair washing and cutting happens are not visible from the street or sitting area? Why do you suppose that is? Hmm? Could there be some level of vulnerablity in the hair cutting and dressing process? I think what happens in good barbershops deserves the same respect.

Jason
Jason 1 months

Free country. If he chooses to run his business with a no females rule, he will reep what he sows. His choice either way. like it or not.

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