340,000 Pledge To Boycott Target Over Transgender Bathroom Policy (Video)

340,000 Pledge To Boycott Target Over Transgender Bathroom Policy (Video)

In response to Target’s announcement this week that transgender employees and customers will be allowed to use the bathroom that corresponds with their gender identity, more than 340,000 have signed a pledge to stop shopping at the stores.

Shoppers wait for the 8 p.m. opening of the Target store in Benton Harbor, Mich., Thursday, Nov. 28, 2013. Many major retailers across the country are offering sales and opening on Thanksgiving day instead of the traditional Black Friday.(AP Photo/The Herald-Palladium, Don Campbell)


“This means a man can simply say he ‘feels like a woman today’ and enter the women’s restroom… even if young girls or women are already in there,” stated the American Family Association, which started the petition.

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Fox Insider reported that Target on Tuesday became the first giant retailer to weigh in on an issue at the center of a heated national debate.

The announcement came just after North Carolina passed a law requiring people to use bathrooms in public facilities that correspond with their gender at birth.

“#BoycottTarget has resonated with Americans,” wrote AFA president Tim Wildmon.

“Target’s harmful policy poses a danger to women and children. Predators and voyeurs would take advantage of the policy to prey on those who are vulnerable. It’s clear now that many customers agree.”


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