Top Twenty-Five Stories Proving Target’s Pro-Transgender Bathroom Policy Is Dangerous to Women and Children

As the boycott of Target stores over its pro-transgender bathroom policy grows, the question of just who such a policy puts in danger is a natural one to ask. As these policies proliferate across the country, the number of stories of predators threatening women and children in public restrooms is also growing by the day.

The Target department store chain drew the ire of millions of Americans after it announced it was opening its bathrooms to transgender shoppers and employees and allowing them to choose whatever bathroom they feel like using at any given time.

  • Ron MacDonald

    Target must have a death wish, they failed in Canada and now they are setting themselves to fail in the US.

    • It does seem crazy.

      • DavidinNorthBurnaby

        Crazy like “thinking” an xy chromosome pair and a dick makes one anything other than male? 😉

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      I was thinking the same thing.

    • Blacksmith

      We can hope so can’t we?

  • tom_billesley

    The left rush to condemn what they portray as anti-trans, knowing full well that the concern isn’t really about trans, but about trans-imposters.

  • mauser 98

    ….a price to pay

    340,000 Pledge to Boycott Target over Transgender Bathroom Policy

  • DavidinNorthBurnaby

    I’m glad Target went down the pipe here. To hell with them.

    • simus1

      They went down the pipe here because the only thing that consistently showed up in their excessive number of stores was the brand, pushing their credit card, half empty shelves, and suspect pricing. Once you got past Bartender’s Friend cleaner and a short list of other items, bargains and competitive pricing were dubious. They must have expected all customers and suppliers to fall down and worship the silly logo without question.
      Very bizarre otherworldly top management style according to those who were on the inside for the duration shouting turn and pointing at the water swept rocks ahead.

      • Clink9

        It was always the saddest looking place when I dared to go there.

        Thought I’d give it a chance and went to buy an HDMI cable. It was $35. Went across the street to Canadian Tire and bought one for $8.

  • Millie_Woods

    Hello Target Management!

    In the retail business, the term ‘sold out’ means something completely different than it does in politics.