A court will review a Michigan health club’s policy – unwritten and largely withheld from consumers – to allow men into women’s restrooms and locker rooms under a “judgment-free zone.”
WND reported early in 2016 Yvette Cormier alleged Planet Fitness breached her club-use contract and violated the Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act when it created a policy for its health club that allows a “judgment-free zone” in which a person can use a gender-specific facility according to his or her “gender identity.”
After Cormier encountered a man in the facilities and complained to the company without results, she was left without options and went to the facility to warn other women about the fact a man had been found in the women’s locker room.
The club terminated her membership, and she went to court.
Now, the Michigan Supreme Court has reversed a ruling from the state’s Court of Appeals regarding the Michigan