Gieschen has a right to do what Gieschen pleases, as does the Hanover Seaside Club, insomuch as both are private entities.
Concerning the feelings [of comfort and/or approval (or lack thereof in this case)] of people everywhere, know this: A person isn't "made" to feel anything by any other person. Regardless of the adversities we encounter, each able-minded human is responsible for controlling his/her own emotions and thoughts; formulating any excuse(s) otherwise is an illustration of ignorance.
The life lessons here? We should all live and let live. Be at peace inwardly and outwardly while showing a little intelligence, compassion and acceptance along the way. In the end, issues like these don't really matter. Each of us is born and will one day die, regardless of such things as "gender."
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