Iliza Shlesinger’s girls-only present has been described as a “warfare on males” by a person suing the comic.
George St. George, a 21-year-old California man, claims he was informed that he and a pal would solely be allowed within the again row of Shlesinger’s Nov. 13 “Ladies Evening in with Iliza — No Boys Allowed” present “due to their intercourse, he stated in a lawsuit acquired by the Hollywood Reporter.
After getting dinner, St. George, who claims he’s the sufferer of intercourse discrimination stated the 2 went again to the venue and have been then turned away.
The lawsuit compares the transfer to “the Montgomery Metropolis Strains bus firm in Montgomery, Alabama circa 1955.”
Shlesinger’s present “repudiated tons of of years of girls’s struggles to be seen as being equal to males and is typical of old school sexism which may additionally advise a younger lady that her greatest likelihood for a contented life is to ace her residence economics class and discover ways to make a queso dip from Velveeta to catch a great man,” St. George’s lawyer, Alfred Rava, wrote within the go well with.
Shlesinger, the 2008 winner of “Final Comedian Standing,” at the moment hosts her personal late-night discuss present, “Fact & Iliza,” on Freeform.
Reps for the comic didn’t instantly return a request for remark.