A SOLDIER hit back after a BBC video featured a non-binary person claiming that getting a haircut was a ‘struggle’ for non-binary folk.
The BBC Scotland produced BBC Social video featured a Scottish person who moaned about how awful it is to have to choose between “the salon” or “the barber’s”, due to gender identity.
“I’m sure you’ve seen the signs, gent’s trim five quid, woman’s trim nine… as usual there always seems to be a higher price to pay for those who are female,” said poet Gray Crosbie.
“We’re queer and we’re here and life can be tough out there, so do you have to make a fuss or could you just cut our fucking hair?”, she said.
The video received widespread backlash with a soldier who served in Afganistan.
He said: “You’re a narcissistic twat trying to cover your narcissism with this bollocks.”
Andrew Lemming added: “Saying goodbye to my family before going to Afghanistan aged 18, not knowing if I’d see them again was a ‘struggle’”
“going to the fucking barbers isn’t you bad d*ckhead.”
Mark Dice added: “You need a psychiatrist, not a barber.”