I'm reluctant to fly on any aircraft with any airline due to the way I was treated by United on Wednesday March 15, 2017. To add insult to injury, United had a representative contact me who was highly unprofessional. Giving me an earful about her husband and how she despised him and hated his gambling habits. This representative for united issued me some short of ticket voucher to rebook the flight I missed due to my encounter with a poorly trained, closed minded ticket agent at Tyson McGee airport. I was so torn by the deliberate and blatant unnecessary discrimination provided by the agent. Especially after I corrected her the first time and told her I'd prefer For her to refer to me as female. But instead of accommodating a customer in doing the job she applied for, the ticket agent went on her way to have a TSA search me after i asked to speak to her supervisor. The supervisor for united at Tyson McGee airport, told me they were understaffed and she was over her head with upcoming flights and boarding passengers.
Talk about a road to no where huh... furthermore to make things that much better, I missed a childhood friends 30th Birthday festivities in Atlantic City, my sister baby shower, and I haven't seen my mom in 3 years due to my living in Tennessee, school and work. I Took it upon myself to seek legal advice after rewriting and emailing united and the CEO of united Mr. Oscar Munoz multiple times, giving them my Address, Email and two cell phone numbers and still nothing! Just to have my feelings and human well-being, my citizenship crushed by finding out in the state of Tennessee transgendered humans are not considered a protected class.
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