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    | CA, USA | Family & Kids

    Customer: “Which of your pendants are for little boys?”

    Me: “A lot of our pendants would be great for a boy! Typically, the girls usually like the smaller, round ones. The boys usually like the larger, square ones.”

    (The customer glares at me.)

    Customer: “Well, I think that my boy would like this one.”

    (The customer points to a small, round pendant.)

    Me: “That’s great! These pendants are—”

    Customer: “I think he could wear any of these.”

    Me: “So do I. All of the designs are fairly unisex; it just depends on his preference.”

    Customer: “I think that girls should be able to wear the square ones.”

    Me: “They absolutely can, my aunt actually wears the one—”

    Customer: “I don’t think you should tell people what gender can’t wear which.”

    Me: “I’m sorry if I wasn’t clear, but I do believe all of our pendants are suitable for both girls and boys. If I recall, you did ask which ones were for boys.”

    Customer: “I’m pretty sure that you’re being sexist! What if my boy likes this one?”

    (She points to a very specific round pendant of a lady. My eyes widen, as I only fear a bad situation going worse.)

    Me: “Uh… I suppose you’re right. I’m sorry; I would not recommend that for a young child.”

    Customer: “And why not!?”

    Me: “…because that symbol means ‘fertility’.”