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    Default Here comes a drag queen?

    I have a very bizarre problem. I rented to a guy who now visits his space as a man, changes clothes and emerges as a woman. He does not look very convincing, in fact, he's quite ugly as a woman. I now have other customers complaining about the freakishness of this guy. Two other customers have now told me that if he doesn't leave, they are moving out.

    Has anyone encountered this before? Can I kick him out? Can we be sued for asking him to leave or stop his drag queening?

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    Default Re: Here comes a drag queen?

    Now if he emerged as a good-looking shapely woman, would you still want to kick him out?

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    Default Re: Here comes a drag queen?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lisa T View Post
    Now if he emerged as a good-looking shapely woman, would you still want to kick him out?
    Well, I know that, that would make the situation more palatable, however, my concern is for the tenants that feel squeemish about his antics.

    My boss thinks I should kick his "gay butt" out of here! (Not my words)

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    Default Re: Here comes a drag queen?

    You don't kick him out - you don't renew his lease. Send him the required notice of lease termination according to your lease agreement.

    Usually cross dressers are harmless but if you are going to lose customers then do not renew his monthly lease.

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    Default Re: Here comes a drag queen?

    If he is using your facility to change, then it might be against your rental agreement....but really who is he hurting beside whoever he is hiding this from?

    Let him know that by getting changed in the facility that is making other tenants uncomfortable.

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    Default Re: Here comes a drag queen?

    Wow. I have never heard of this being a problem. Personally, I wouldn't kick him out. Just get to know him a little and then explain to your concerned tenants that he is ok. Your tenants trust you.....why should you lose any customers?? He is not a criminal....
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    Default Re: Here comes a drag queen?

    I wouldn't kick him out, I'd just let him know that using the unit for the purposes other than storage ( such as changing ) is not allowed. Be polite, be understanding, but just let him know that it's nor acceptable.

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    Default Re: Here comes a drag queen?

    hmmm. this is 2010. I would say you should get to know him/her and just let him know not everyone is as accepting as some people and that maybe he should not change in the unit, If this happened here I would not "kick him out" But I would tell him he really shouldnt change in his unit, and tell the other people he is harmless as I am sure he is. THat is ONE weird situation you have there, keep us posted.

 

 
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