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WAX ON, WAX OFF: Is European Wax Center Going Too Far With These Descriptions?

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No Need To Know Your Pronoun. European Wax Wants To Know If You Have a “V” or a “P.”

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BOCA RATON, FL ( (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — European Wax Center doesn’t care what your pronoun is. It cares what’s between your legs. That’s the takeaway from new language on its website that is apparently shocking customers in and around Boca Raton and Delray Beach.

The Plano, TX based company — with several local locations — apparently updated its website to bring it into a world where a “he” can be a “she” and a “she” can be a “he.”

While fine by modern day standards, one’s personal pronoun doesn’t actually change one’s personal parts, so the company apparently had to update its language to make sure customers knew what they were ordering, and who each product was for.

According to the website, there is now a “V” or a “P” to signify whether the service is for a girl or a boy. We’re not going to be more specific in our written text, but you can read the menu, below.

The new menu for European Wax Center leaves little — actually, nothing — to the imagination. Some in the Boca/Delray area say they are offended by the language and concerned that it may be seen by children.

It’s unclear if customers were ordering services that they did not have the body parts to support. We reached out to headquarters in Texas. We’ll let you know if we hear from a spokeswoman/spokesman/spokesperson with a V or P.

Some contacting said they are shocked by the graphic nature of the language used.

European Wax Center has location throughout Boynton Beach, Delray Beach and Boca Raton.



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