Chriscoe, A bar-owner in Raleigh, NC, told a 21-year-old black guy, Wall, to leave because he was black. Racist? Obviously. Appalling? Of course. But so what?
Let’s be clear: No one has a right to enter Chriscoe’s business in the first place. If he asks you to leave, then leave. Whether it’s because you’re black, because you’re wearing stupid sandals, or for no reason at all, what the owner says goes.
The obscene disappearance of male space (e.g., social clubs, barbershops) is linked to businessmen’s fear of being prosecuted for providing an environment to customers who want to spend time with others like them. One of the most notable examples is McSorley’s Old Ale House in the East Village, an Irish tavern whose motto used to be “Good Ale, Raw Onions and No Ladies” until the feminist maggots forcibly opened its doors to women in 1970.
Walter Block explains it best in Defending the Undefendable:
Was their right to choose being violated? No. What they experienced was what a man experiences when a woman rejects his sexual advances. The woman who refuses to date a man is not guilty of violating his rights—for his rights do not include a relationship with her….[And] women’s rights do not include drinking with people who do not wish to drink with them._lasorsa/print#ixzz1zDhXHLuu