The decision was announced in a very serious statement from a controversial nightclub in Australia. From now on, simply trying to attract the attention of another customer without prior permission will be prohibited.
Yes, not without consent, but fall in a simple form. This will now be the case for customers of Club 77, a night establishment located in Sydney, Australia.
The nightclub certainly changed the policy regarding security and the fight against harassment. She indicated that she would now be fired if she was caught staring at someone without prior permission.
Club 77 suggests that it does not prohibit flirting, but it must be with the consent of the two future lovebirds. More specifically, a customer who wants to frolic in this nightclub has to verbally ask permission from the person who is the object of his desire.
Any form is permitted without this prior agreement. An additional security team in pink has been deployed for this purpose, the club said.
Of course, this announcement was received differently. Even that is controversial The other side of the globe. But faced with the media’s treatment of their decision, the firm’s owners had to defend themselves. “Unfortunately, there are people at the club who do not share our values and ethos around culture, consent and harassment. Creating a safe space goes beyond implementing practices to deal with incidents after they happen”. Management feels obligated to “educate new participants and help them understand what constitutes unacceptable behavior on stage and on the dance floor.”
“We are a small venue that focuses on electronic music and culture. A safe space that allows everyone to have fun,” add Club 77’s owners.
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