Planet Fitness is the unofficial gym of leftist snowflakes.
Their motto is “no judgment”, but they do judge anyone who exerts themselves too hard while working out–their famed “lunk alarm” that goes off whenever anyone grunts or drops their weights seems like satire, only they’re completely serious about it.
They also not only allow men in the women’s locker room based on their “identity”, but they’ve actually terminated memberships of patrons who object to this policy.
So you think with this much of an iron grip on their politically correct policies, they would have anticipated patrons wanting to take this “judgment-free zone” concept to the ultimate level.
But no! Apparently, the “judgment-free” folks at Planet Fitness are pretty prudish themselves when it comes to working out in one’s birthday suit, as a Massachutes man discovered over the weekend when he was arrested for doing yoga in his birthday suit at one of the fitness chain’s facilities.
USA Today has the story:
Eric M. Stagno, 34, of Haverhill, Mass., was charged with indecent exposure, lewdness and disorderly conduct after police responded to the gym in nearby Plaistow, N.H., according to local media reports.
“The story we got from witnesses was that the guy walked in, stripped down right there in front, left the clothes and belongings at the front desk, walked back and forth across the gym a couple of times and then settled in over at the yoga mats,” Plaistow police Capt. Brett Morgan told the New Hampshire Union Leader newspaper.
Officers found Stagno in what appeared to be a “yoga-type pose,” Morgan said.
“The only comment he made was that he thought it was a judgment-free zone, apparently referencing their slogan,” Morgan added.
So, let me get this straight: Planet Fitness can call the police when a naked man does yoga in front of other patrons on the gym floor, but when a patron objects to undressing in front of a biological male in the women’s locker room, suddenly she’s a bigot.
It just goes to show that the modern “no judgment” movement has nothing to do with being judgment-free. After all, no one can truly be free of judgment or you’d basically be a vegetable. We all make judgments about the world around us to function and any moral system, no matter how backward or self-defeating, is based on judgment.
No, Planet Fitness only cares about towing the moral line of the modern progressive left, which is why they judge people who work out hard and don’t judge men who want access to women’s locker rooms.
When it comes to male yogis, perhaps, Planet Fitness, we can all agree that sometimes justice can be a very good thing.