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Woke Club Bans “Staring” Without Consent…


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You can no longer gaze at someone in this Australian club.

Club 77 which is located in Sydney, Australia has announced a new policy that will ban anyone from staring at another person.

The club was quoted on Instagram saying “As a nightclub, we encourage you to interact with strangers, however, any engagement MUST begin with verbal consent. This also applies if you are, for example, staring at someone from afar.”

In order to enforce their policy, the club has hired several safety officers to prevent staring from happening.

The New York Post dropped these details:

The days of checking someone out at a club are over.

An Australia nightclub said it will remove people who are caught staring at someone without that person’s consent.

Club 77 in Sydney included unwanted attention from strangers in its updated “zero-tolerance policy” on harassment.

The venue posted the woke update on its Instagram account, saying the club is “not a place to come to if your sole purpose is to ‘pick up.’ ”

“As a nightclub, we encourage you to interact with strangers, however any engagement MUST begin with verbal consent,” the statement read. “This also applies if you are, for example, staring at someone from afar.”

The club has hired designated “safety officers” — who will be wearing a pink hi-visibility vest — to handle complaints and concerns.

“If we receive reports of any behavior that has made someone feel uncomfortable, the reported individual will be removed from the venue and the police will be called,” the statement said.

Fox News had more on the story:

An Australian nightclub is implementing a policy that bans individuals from staring at each other without prior consent of the person being stared at.

Club 77, a nightclub located in Sydney’s Darlinghurst neighborhood, posted on its website that it is considered “harassment” to stare at someone without their consent and that law enforcement may be called if patrons engage in that behavior, The New York Post reported.

“We operate a zero-tolerance policy on harassment of any kind,” the club’s website says. “Club 77 is not a place to come to if your sole purpose is to ‘pick up’. If you do come in and are approaching multiple people or giving unwanted attention to someone, you are going to attract the attention of our security, who have been instructed to stop this kind of behaviour.”

The warning continues, “As a nightclub, we encourage you to interact with strangers, however any engagement MUST begin with verbal consent. This also applies if you are, for example, staring at someone from afar. If the attention you are giving someone is unwanted, that is considered harassment.”



 

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