Derrick Hunter visited the Maryland Small Arms Range in Upper Marlboro on "Ladies Day," and was so pissed off that the fairer sex was being admitted for free that he's now suing the gun range for "reverse sexism." Hunter took his issue to the Prince George's Human Relations Commission, which agreed with his claims of discrimination.
Hunter decided a $200,000 lawsuit would ease his pain, but gun range president Carl Roy disagrees. How surprising. Roy says that "they are narrowly construing discrimination to mean if you give a discount to somebody, then you got to give it to everyone." Dog, you paid $15 to get into the range and it was one day. It may be annoying, but is it really that serious?